Dr Katja Göcke, LL.M.

Dr Katja Göcke, LL.M.

Lawyer

Associated Partner

k.goecke@gvw.com
T +49 40 35922-256
F +49 40 35922-293

Main Office
Hamburg
GvW Graf von Westphalen
Poststrasse 9 – Alte Post
20354 Hamburg

Focus Areas
Foreign Trade and Customs Law
State Aid and Subsidies

Languages

German, English

Education

Studied at Bucerius Law School in Hamburg and at University of Sydney; LL.M. at University of Sydney; Rechtsreferendariat (legal clerkship) at the Higher Regional Court Hamburg

Experiences

Senior Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative Public Law and International Law

Recommendations

"Does a fantastic job on trade and customs work" (Who’s Who Legal Trade & Customs 2019 and 2020)

Events
Archive
Publications
  • Die US „secondary sanctions“ gegen den Iran – Risiken für EU-Unternehmen, GvW Newsletter November 2018
  • Der Registrierte Ausführer (REX), ExportManager (Hrsg.: Frankfurt Business Media/Der F.A.Z.-Fachverlag), Ausgabe 3/2018, S. 20
  • European Union Customs Law (Chapter 44), in: Kritzler u.a. (Hrsg.), International Contract Manual, Thomson Reuters, Losebl., Dez. 2017 (This chapter is reprinted with permission of Thomson Reuters. For more information about this publication please visit www.legalsolutions.thomsonreuters.com) (with Dr Gerd Schwendinger, LL.M.)
  • UZK bringt neue Vorteile für den AEO, ExportManager (Hrsg.: Frankfurt Business Media/Der F.A.Z.-Fachverlag), Ausgabe 1/2016, S. 20
  • Uranium Mining in Nunavut. In: Yearbook of Polar Law 5 (2013), 119–142
  • Indigenous Peoples in International Law. In: Goettingen Studies in Cultural Property 7 (2013), 17–29
  • Native Title and Constitutionalism in 19th Century New Zealand: Book Review: Mark Hickford, Lords of the Land. Indigenous Property Rights and the Jurisprudence of Empire (OUP, Oxford 2011). In: Journal of the History of International Law 15 (2013), 269–281
  • Recognition and Enforcement of Indigenous Peoples’ Land Rights in Alaska, the Northern Regions of Canada, Greenland, and Siberia and the Russian Far East. In: Yearbook of Polar Law 4 (2012), 279–304
  • The US Class Action Settlement Agreement in Cobell v. Salazar: An Adequate Redress for 120 Years of Mismanagement of Indian Lands and Funds? In: International Journal on Minority and Group Rights 19/3 (2012), 267–290
  • Book Review: P.G. McHugh, Aboriginal Title: The Modern Jurisprudence of Tribal Land Rights (OUP, Oxford 2012). In: European Journal of International Law 23/1, 290–293
  • Brussels Declaration (1874). In: Wolfrum (ed), Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law Vol. I (OUP, Oxford 2012) 1069–1071
  • Stateless Persons. In: Wolfrum (ed), Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law Vol. IX (OUP, Oxford 2012) 551–558
  • United Nations, Secretary-General (co-author: Hubertus von Mohr). In: Wolfrum (ed), Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law Vol. X (OUP, Oxford 2012) 464–475
  • Inuit Self-Government in the Canadian North: The Next Step in the Nunavut Project. In: Heidelberg Journal of International Law 71/1 (2011), 77–102
  • Book Review: Mark D. Cole, Das Selbstbestimmungsrecht indigener Völker: Eine völkerrechtliche Bestandsaufnahme am Beispiel der Native Americans in den USA (Duncker & Humblot, Berlin 2009). In: Verfassung und Recht in Übersee 43/4 (2010), 515–518
  • The Case of Ángela Poma Poma v. Peru before the Human Rights Committee: The Concept of Free Prior and Informed Consent and the Application of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights to the Protection and Promotion of Indigenous Peoples’ Rights. In: Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law 14 (2010), 337–370
  • Völkerrechtssubjektivität indigener Völker: Historische Grundlagen und neue Tendenzen in der völkerrechtlichen Praxis. In: Bäumler and others (eds), Akteure in Krieg und Frieden (Mohr Siebeck, Tübingen 2010) 167–183
  • Die Zukunft des Urheberrechts: Das Urteil im Pirate Bay-Verfahren. In: Heidelberg Journal of International Law 69/4 (2009), 865–882
  • The 2008 Referendum on Greenland’s Autonomy and What It Means for Greenland’s Future. In: Heidelberg Journal of International Law 69/1 (2009), 103–121
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Associations

International Law Association (ILA)

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