Markus Oermann, Ass. iur., M. A

Markus Oermann studied Law with Media and Culture Law as specialities, Political Science, and Philosophy at the Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany. His research focusses on the theoretical and legal background of Internet based information and communication processes.

From April 2012 untill May 2017 he has been working at the Hans-Bredow-Institut, sind February 2016 as Senior Researcher.

Since fall 2010 he has also been a Ph.D. student of the Graduate School Media and Communication Hamburg. The topic of his dissertation is on the right on Internet based information access.

Latest publications

  • Oermann, M.; Ziebarth, L. (2015): Interpreting Code – Adapting the Methodology to Analyze the Normative Contents of Law for the Analysis of Technology. In: Computer Law & Security Review – The International Journal of Technology Law and Practice 31(2), pp. 257-267.

  • Oermann, M. (2014): Use of Cultural Artifacts by Way of Interpretation and Application (in preparation).

List including older publications


Markus Oermann, Ass. iur., M. A