Judge, European Court of Human Rights
Angelika Nußberger is a German jurist and scholar of Slavonics, and has been the judge representing Germany at the European Court of Human Rights since 1 January 2011. She had previously been pro-rector of the University of Cologne and Director of its Institute of Eastern European Law. Currently she is a Professor of International and Comparative Constitutional Law, Cologne University. Her research interests focus on the development of constitutional law of Central and Eastern European states, the development of jurisdiction of constitutional courts, the influence of public international law on development of domestic law, and international social law.