Prof. Dr. Dominik Brodowski, LL.M. (UPenn)

Professor for Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure

Prof. Dr. Dominik Brodowski, LL.M. (UPenn)
Saarland University, Faculty of Law
Campus C3 1, Room 1.09
66123 Saarbrücken
Germany

Phone: +49 (0)681/302-4950
dominik.brodowski(at)uni-saarland.de

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Publications

List of non-German Publications I. Books
  1. Cibercrimen y protección de la seguridad informática, translated by María Belén Linares, Buenos Aires: Ad Hoc, 2021, ISBN: 978-987-745-191-7
  2. European Public Prosecutor’s Office. Article-by-Article Commentary, – with Hans-Holger Herrnfeld / Christoph Burchard –, Baden-Baden – München – Oxford: Nomos – Beck – Hart, 2021, ISBN: 978-3-8487-4884-6
    Book Reviews: Mayeul Hiéramente, ZIS 2021, S. 346–347; Valsamis Mitsilegas, European Law Review 46 (2021), S. 405–406; Anna Oehmichen, StV 2021, S. 691–692; Lorena Bachmaier Winter, NJECL 12 (2021), S. 624–626, DOI: 10.1177/20322844211026986
II. Edited Volumes
  1. Revue Internationale de Droit Pénal / International Review of Penal Law: RIDP (ISSN: 0223-5404) – Member of the Executive Editorial Boards (COEXREV) (since 2019)
  2. The Role of Corporations in Criminal Justice. 5th AIDP Symposium for Young Penalists, Freiburg, Germany, 22nd–23rd June 2018, – with Manuel Espinoza de los Monteros de la Parra / Eduardo Saad-Diniz –, Revue Internationale de Droit Pénal 2018/1, Antwerpen: Maklu, 2019, ISBN: 978-90-466-0982-8
  3. (a) Regulação do abuso no âmbito corporativo: papel do direito penal na crise financeira, – with Eduardo Saad-Diniz / Ana Luíza Barbosa de Sá –, São Paulo: LiberArs, 2015, ISBN: 978-85-64783- 78-2
    (b) Regulación del abuso en el ámbito corporativo: el rol del derecho penal en la crisis financiera, – with Eduardo Saad-Diniz / Patricio Nicolás Sabadini / Manuel Espinoza de los Monteros de la Parra –, Resistencia: ConTexto Libros, 2016, ISBN: 978-987-730-163-2
  4. Regulating Corporate Criminal Liability, – with Manuel Espinoza de los Monteros de la Parra / Klaus Tiedemann / Joachim Vogel –, Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2014, ISBN: 978-3-319-05993-8, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-05993-8
III. Contributions to Edited Volumes
  1. Cybercrime, Human Rights, and Digital Politics, in: Ben Wagner / Kilian Vieth / Matthias C. Kettemann (eds.), Research Handbook on Human Rights and Digital Technology. Global Politics, Law and International Relations, Research Handbooks in Human Rights, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2019, S. 98–112, ISBN: 978-1-78536-771-7, DOI: 10.4337/9781785367724.00013
  2. Transnational Organised Crime and Cybercrime, in: Pierre Hauck / Sven Peterke (eds.), International Law and Transnational Organised Crime, Oxford: OUP, 2016, S. 334–357, ISBN: 978-0-19-873373-7, DOI: 10.1093/law/9780198733737.003.0016
IV. Articles
  1. The Role of Criminal Law in Regulating Cybercrime and IT Security, in: Georg Borges / Christoph Sorge (eds.), Law and Technology in a Global Digital Society. Autonomous Systems, Big Data, IT Security and Legal Tech, Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 2022, S. 233–255, ISBN: 978-3-030-90512-5, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-90513-2_12
  2. Quasi-criminal enforcement mechanisms in Germany. Past and Present, in: Vanessa Franssen / Christopher Harding (eds.), Criminal and Quasi-criminal enforcement mechanisms in Europe. Origins, Concepts, Future, Hart, 2022, S. 41–66, ISBN: 978-1-5099-3286-3
  3. Arrest and Coercion, – with Richard Vogler –, in: Kai Ambos / Antony Duff / Julian Roberts Alexander Heinze / Thomas Weigend (eds.), Core Concepts in Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, Bd. 2, Cambridge: CUP, 2022, S. 219–259, DOI: 10.1017/9781009037136.007
  4. The Emerging History of Transnational Criminal Law Relating to Cybercrime, in: Neil Boister / Sabine Gless / Florian Jeßberger (eds.), Histories of Transnational Criminal Law, Oxford: OUP, 2021, S. 236– 248, ISBN: 978-0-19-284570-2, DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780192845702.003.0018
  5. Цифровые доказательства в немецком уголовном процессе на стадиях предварительного расследования, рассмотрения дела по существу и ревизии, – with Маттиас Ян –, translated by Анатолий Игоревич Зазулин, Russian Law: Education, Practice, Researches 3/2020, S. 4– 18
  6. European Criminal Justice – From Mutual Recognition to Coherence, in: Sergio Carrera / Deirdre Curtin / Andrew Geddes (eds.), 20 Years Anniversary of the Tampere Programme. Europeanisation Dynamics of the EU Area of Freedom, Security and Justice, San Domenico di Fiesole, 2020, S. 225–238, ISBN: 978-92-9084-882-0, DOI: 10.2870/66646, online: hier
  7. Exclusion or Non-Use of Illegally Gathered Evidence in the Criminal Trial: Focus on Common Law and German Approaches, – with Stephen Thaman –, in: Kai Ambos / Antony Duff / Julian Roberts / Thomas Weigend / Alexander Heinze (eds.), Core Concepts in Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, Bd. 1, Cambridge: CUP, 2020, S. 428–462, ISBN: 978-1-108-48339-1, DOI: 10.1017/9781108649742.012
  8. Cybercrime and Cybercrime-Compliance, in: Eduardo Saad-Diniz / Luis Brodt / Henrique Abi-Ackel Torres / Luciano Santos Lopes (eds.), Direito penal econômico nas ciências criminais, Belo Horizonte: Vorto, 2019, S. 13–22, ISBN: 978-65-5059-008-6
  9. The Role of Corporations in Criminal Justice – an Introduction, in: Dominik Brodowski / Manuel Espinoza de los Monteros de la Parra / Eduardo Saad-Diniz (eds.), The Role of Corporations in Criminal Justice. 5th AIDP Symposium for Young Penalists, Freiburg, Germany, 22nd–23rd June 2018, Revue Internationale de Droit Pénal 2018/1, Antwerpen: Maklu, 2019, S. 15–24
  10. Alternative Enforcement Mechanisms in Germany, in: Matthew Dyson / Benjamin Vogel (eds.), The Limits of Criminal Law, Cambridge: Intersentia, 2018, S. 365–395, ISBN: 978-1-78068-661-5
  11. Dogmatic and procedural approaches to committed criminal compliance: towards »Red Team Compliance«, Revista dos Tribunais 988 2/(2018), S. 55–66
  12. Protecting the Right to Sexual Self-Determination: Models of Regulation and Current Challenges in European and German Sex Crime Laws, in: Eduardo Saad-Diniz (eds.), O lugar da vítima nas ciências criminais, São Paulo: LiberArs, 2017, S. 15–25, ISBN: 978-85-9459-032-9, online: here
  13. Models of Economic Criminal Procedure. The intricate multi-actor setting of criminal justice in the field of the economy, in: Eduardo Saad-Diniz / Pedro Podboi Adachi / Juliana Oliveira Domingues (eds.), Tendências em governança corporativa e compliance, São Paulo: LiberArs, 2016, S. 101–110, ISBN: 978-85-9459-006-0
  14. O »Mecanismo Único de Supervisão« do Banco Central Europeu sobre as instituições de crédito – uma transformação da responsabilidade criminal corporativa e individual no setor financeiro?, in: Eduardo Saad-Diniz / Dominik Brodowski / Ana Luíza Barbosa de Sá (eds.), translated by Isabela Sherman Palmer / Victória Vitti Laurentiz und José Roberto Macri Jr., Regulação do abuso no âmbito corporativo: papel do direito penal na crise financeira, São Paulo: LiberArs, 2015, S. 167–179
    El »Mecanismo Único de Supervisión« del Banco Central Europeo sobre las Instituciones de Crédito, ¿Una Transformación de la Responsabilidad Criminal Corporativa e Indivual en el Sector Financiero?, in: Eduardo Saad-Diniz / Patricio Nicolás Sabadini / Dominik Brodowski / Manuel Espinoza de los Monteros de la Parra (eds.), translated by Patricio Nicolás Sabadini, Regulación del abuso en el ámbito corporativo: el rol del derecho penal en la crisis financiera, Resistencia: ConTexto Libros, 2016, S. 235–251
    Sanction Regimes by the European Central Bank, European Securites and Markets Authority and World Bank – Examples for an Emerging Global Criminal Justice?, in: Adán Nieto Martín / Beatriz García Moreno (eds.), Ius Puniendi y Global Law. Hacia un Derecho Penal Sin Estado, Valencia: tirant lo blanch, 2019, S. 183–200, ISBN: 978-84-1313-624-0
  15. (Ir-)responsible disclosure of software vulnerabilities and the risk of criminal liability, it – Information Technology 57 (2015): Special Issue: From IT Forensics to Forensic Computing Felix C. Freiling (Hrsg.), S. 357–365, DOI: 10.1515/itit-2015-0014
  16. European initiatives concerning the use of IT in criminal procedure and data protection. Special report to the preparatory colloquium for the third section, RIDP 85 (2014), S. 311–324, DOI: 10.3917/ridp.851.0311
  17. Minimum Procedural Rights for Corporations in Corporate Criminal Procedure, in: Dominik Brodowski / Manuel Espinoza de los Monteros de la Parra / Klaus Tiedemann / Joachim Vogel (eds.), Regulating Corporate Criminal Liability, Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2014, S. 211–225, DOI: 10.1007/978- 3-319-05993-8_17
  18. Policy Options in Corporate Criminal Procedure – an European Perspective, in: Comenius University of Bratislava, Faculty of Law (eds.), Trestná politika štátu a zodpovednosť právnických osôb. Penal Policy of the State and Liability of Legal Entities, 2013, S. 927–936, online: here
  19. Weighting Digital Evidence in Criminal Proceedings, in: Jochen Jähnke / Nicolas von zur Mühlen / Klaus Rechert / Dirk von Suchodoletz (eds.), Current Issues in IT Security 2012. Proceedings of the interdisciplinary conference in Freiburg i. Br., Germany, May 8–10, 2012, Freiburg/Berlin: Max-PlanckInstitut für ausländisches und internationales Strafrecht / Duncker & Humblot, 2012, S. 9–24, ISBN: 978-3-428-13887-6
  20. Böses Recht und gute Gesetze. Rechtsqualität, Rechtsstaatlichkeit, Qualitätssicherung, in: Franz Fromholzer / Michael Preis / Bettina Wisiorek (eds.), Noch nie war das Böse so gut. Die Aktualität einer alten Differenz, Heidelberg: Winter, 2011, S. 107–122, ISBN: 978-3-8253-5776-4
  21. Judicial Cooperation between the EU and Non-Member States, NJECL 2011, S. 21–44, DOI: 10.1177/203228441100200104
  22. EU Actions on Cybercrime and Cybercrime Investigations, in: Marcello Bellini / Phillip Brunst / Jochen Jähnke (eds.), Current Issues in IT Security. Proceedings of the interdisciplinary conference in Freiburg i. Br./Germany, May 12–14, 2009, Freiburg/Berlin: Max-Planck-Institut für ausländisches und internationales Strafrecht / Duncker & Humblot, 2010, S. 145–162, ISBN: 978-3-428-13516-5
  23. The post-Lisbon principle of transnational ne bis in idem: On the relationship between Art. 50 Charter of Fundamental Rights and Art. 54 Convention Implementing the Schengen Agreement. Case note on District Court Aachen, Germany, (52 Ks 9/08 – »Boere«), decision of 8 December 2010, – with Christoph Burchard –, NJECL 2010, S. 310–327, DOI: 10.1177/2032284410001003044
  24. Germany (Country Report), – with Christoph Burchard / Nathalie Kotzurek / Jochen Rauber / Joachim Vogel –, in: Ed Cape / Zaza Namoradze / Roger Smith / Taru Spronken (eds.), Effective Criminal Defence in Europa, Antwerpen: Intersentia, 2010, S. 253–319, ISBN: 978-94-000-0093-3
  25. Cep Telefonunun Şarj Edilmesi Suretiyle Elektrik Enerjisinden Yararlanma Suçu, translated by M. Yiğit Bezci, Antalya International University Law Review 4/2014, S. 233–240
V. Reports on Conferences
  1. Section II (Criminal law – Special part). XIXth International Congress of Penal Law: Information Society and Penal Law, – with Eduardo Saad-Diniz –, RIDP 85 (2014), S. 581–586, DOI: 10.3917/ridp.853.0581
  2. (a) Information society and penal law. Minutes of the preparatory colloquium. Section II – Criminal law. Special part, RIDP 84 (2013), S. 397–404, DOI: 10.3917/ridp.843.0397
    (b) Preparatory Colloquium for the XIXth International Congress of Penal Law (Moscow, 24–27 April 2013), Russian Law Journal 1 (2013), S. 94–103, DOI: 10.17589/2309-8678-2013-1-1-94-103
    (c) Информационное общество и уголовное право. подготовительный коллоквиум к xix Международному конгрессу уголовного права, Москва, 24–27 апреля 2013 г. – with Г.И. Богуш –, Вестник Московского университета 11 (2013), S. 111–120

Teaching Winter 2022/23

In Winter 2022/23, Prof. Dr. Brodowski will teach the following English-language course(s):