Associate Professor of Law
“I would like students to understand that law is about more than corporations and big money. The study of law gives us a chance to think more deeply about fundamental questions of justice and the structures of human interaction.”
Stephan Jaggi is Associate Professor of Law at the Peking University School of Transnational Law. He took his first and second state exam in law in the state of Baden-Wuerttemberg/ Germany. He holds a German doctoral degree (Dr. iur.) from the University of Freiburg, an LL.M. degree from Yale Law School, and an American doctoral degree (J.S.D.) from Yale Law School. After working as an associate lawyer in Covington & Burling’s Brussels office for two years, he was appointed Judge in Germany in 2001. In 2008 he was appointed Judge at the Court of Appeals of the State of Schleswig-Holstein/Germany.
Professor Jaggi has published a book on the regulatory and antitrust treatment of strategic alliances in the European telecommunications sector as well as several articles on E.U. telecommunications, e-commerce, and antitrust topics. He has taught U.S. Constitutional Law as well as Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution at the University of Kiel/Germany and was a fellow of the Graduiertenstiftung Baden-Wuerttemberg, the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes, and the Olin Center for Studies in Law, Economics and Public Policy at Yale Law School. Professor Jaggi’s research focuses on U.S., German, and Comparative Constitutional Law, Constitutional Theory, Antitrust, and Regulated Industries.
- J.S.D., LL.M., Yale Law School
- Doctor iuris, University of Freiburg
- U.S. Constitutional Law I (Individual Rights and Liberties)
- U.S. Constitutional Law II (Federalism and Separation of Powers)
- Comparative Constitutional Law