Dr. Stefanie Schork

Lawyer and Specialist for Criminal Law

  • Since 2009 certified lawyer for criminal law
  • Since 2009 in partnership with Johannes Eisenberg and Prof. Dr. Stefan König
  • 2005-2007 secondary employment as research associate at the Bar Association Berlin
  • Since 2004 lawyer in Berlin
  • 2004 Promotion
  • Researcher at the Criminal Science Chairs of Prof. Dr. Klaus Lüderssen and Prof. Dr. Klaus Günther
  • Studied law at the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main
 

Memberships

  • German Bar Association (DAV)
  • Working Group Intellectual Property & Media in the DAV
  • Berlin Bar Association e.V.
  • Association of Berlin Defense Lawyers e.V.
 

Publications

  • Review, Penal Code with subsidiary laws by Thomas Fischer, 64th edition, 2017, NJW 2017, Issue 9, p. 610
  • access to the file by an expert appointed in insolvency proceedings, note to OLG Braunschweig, Acc. 10.3.2016 - 1 Ws 56/16, NJW 2016, 1834    
  • The Law on Strengthening Press Freedom in Criminal and Criminal Procedure Law, NJW 2012, 2694    
  • Personal Rights in the Process, NJW - Editorial, Issue 39/2010
  • Dölling / Duttge / Rössner, Entire Criminal Law, Commentary on StGB / StPO / Nebengesetze, Baden Baden, since the first edition Commentary on §§ 243, 246 to 247a, 250, 251, 253 to 255a StPO    
  • Comment on ECHR, judgment of 16.10.2007 - 74336/01 (Wieser and Bicos Beteilig GmbH / Austria) and judgment of 7.6.2007 - 1914/02 / Dupuis u.a. ./. France) in NJW 2008, 3416    
  • Note to LG Ulm, Decision of 15.1.2007 - 2 QS 2002/07 WIK, NJW 2007, 2056    
  • Pronounced guilty. Dogmatic and Metadogmatic Investigations on the Guilty Claim, Frankfurt am Main 2005    
  • Schork / König, The Victims' Rights Reform Act, New Justice 2004, 537    
  • The position of victims in criminal proceedings: motives for considering victims and their consequences for the structure of the procedure, Jura 2003, 304