GERMAN CRIMINAL LAW (in English)
“German criminal law” is interpreted broadly and includes literature on German criminal law doctrine and theory, substantive criminal law, criminal procedure, criminal justice practice, and the law of corrections. The database also encompasses contributions of a comparative law bent that contain a substantial discussion of German criminal law, criminological literature that addresses the situation in Germany, studies in legal philosophy and on the history of criminal law that address German traditions and authors, and translations of relevant German case law and legislation.
Accessible to all free of charge at , the database, which is searchable by keyword, title, and author, provides bibliographic information for all entries. Full texts of documents are provided to the extent permissible by law.
The LGCL database (Literature on German Criminal Law) is provided and curated by the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Crime, Security and Law. Its purpose is to make academic literature on German criminal law accessible to the international, English-speaking community of scholars and students o...