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Marc Andre Stuhldreier

PHD student Marc Stuhldreier  (2)After graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in International Business Law and Business Management, I undertook master studies at Trinity College Dublin to specialise in the areas of European and International Law, with a main focus on International Trade Law and Human Rights. The aim of my PhD research project is to examine compromises between trade law and human rights and to strive for extended social justice.


Supervisors: Prof. Sue Farran, Dr. Mark Brewer


Master in Laws, LL.M – Trinity College Dublin

Bachelor in Laws, LL.B – Westfälische Hochschule (Germany)

Research Project

Patent Rights on Medical Products and their Omnipresent Threat to Sustainable Development

Research themes & scholarly interests

Research interests: International Law, Trade Law, Patent Law, Human Rights Law, medical Law, Sustainable Development

Scholarly interests: European Law – Product Liability law, Consumer Law; International Law – Human Rights Law

Key Publications 

Prof. A. Albrecht, M. Stuhldreier, Tierprozesse, Bankrotte und andere Seltsamkeiten – ein Blick in eine spezielle Rechtskultur des Mittelalters, ZinsO (2013), 2526 – 2531

Research on animal trials between the 13th and the 18th century, both before mundane courts as well as before the courts of the roman catholic church. The article examines the motives behind those trials as well as the comparability to modern insolvency proceedings.   

Marc Stuhldreier, The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement and Its Threats to the Affordability of Medical Products in Developing Countries, 19 Trinity C.L. Rev. (2016), 175-195 

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