Prof. A.U. Janssen (André)
Member - Representative Council Faculty of Law
Professor - Private Law
Prof. Janssen is an expert in private law, especially in the field of contract and tort law, European private law, international sales law, comparative law, legal tech and artificial intelligence and law. He is the chief-editor of the European Review of Private Law (ERPL), editorial board member of the International Arbitration Law Review (IALR), board member of the German-Dutch Lawyers Association and a council member of the European Law Institute. He has published more than 170 scientific contributions and delivered more than 250 speeches worldwide. He is regularly involved in arbitrations and provides expert opinions nationally and internationally.
- The Future of European Private Law, Baden-Baden (Nomos), 2023, 547 pages (co-edited with Matthias Lehmann and Reiner Schulze); International Arbitration and Technology, Deventer (Kluwer), 2022, 252 pages (co-edited with Pietro Ortolani and Pieter Wolters); Lawyering in the Digital Age, Cambridge (Cambridge University Press) 2021, 380 pages (co-edited with Michel Cannarsa, Francisco de Elizalde, Larry DiMatteo, Mateja Durovic and Pietro Ortolani); International Sales Law: Contracts, Principles & Practice, 2nd edition, Oxford/Munich/Baden-Baden (Hart/Beck/Nomos) 2021, 1139 pages (co-edited with Larry DiMatteo, Ulrich Magnus and Reiner Schulze); Markesinis’s German Law of Torts: A Comparative Treatise, 5th edition, Oxford (Hart) 2019, 641 pages (with Basil Markesinis and John Bell); Präventive Gewinnabschöpfung (Preventive Disgorgement of Profits), Post-doctoral thesis, Tubingen (Mohr Siebeck) 2017, 693 pages
Chief-editor European Review of Private Law (ERPL) / Board member German Dutch Lawyers' Association / Council member of the European Law Institute / Editorial board member International Arbitration Law Review/Member of the Scientific Committee of JUR AG