LLM (Cambridge), First State Examination (Heidelberg), PhD (Heidelberg), Second State Examination (Hamburg), Habilitation (Hamburg)
Trinity Joint Law Lecturer and Director of Studies
- College Lecturer in Law
- Director of Studies, Law (Part IB, LLM & MCL)
- Assistant Undergraduate Tutor
- University Senior Lecturer
- Director of the Centre for Corporate and Commercial Law (3CL)
Dr Felix Steffek is a University Senior Lecturer in Comparative Commercial Law at the Faculty of Law and Trinity Joint Law Lecturer at Newnham College.
He received his education at Cambridge (LLM), Heidelberg (PhD, undergraduate) and Hamburg (Habilitation, court clerkship).
At the Faculty of Law, he lectures in Commercial Law, Corporate Finance Law, Corporate Insolvency Law and on the MCL Deals course. He serves as Director of the Centre for Corporate and Commercial Law (3CL). In college, he is Director of Studies in Law and supervises Company Law and Commercial Law.
Dr Felix Steffek has acted as policy advisor and expert for the OECD, the European Commission and Parliament, the World Bank, science organisations, governments, parliaments and courts.
He has published widely in his areas of interest and is on the editorial board of the Journal of Corporate Law Studies and the Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies.
Dr Steffek’s research interests include Commercial law, Company law, Insolvency law, Dispute Resolution, and Technology and Law.
Research methods include Doctrinal analysis, Comparison of laws, Economic analysis, Justice theory, and Empirical Research.
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