Univ.-Prof. Mag. Dr. Karl Stöger, Mjur

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Professorship for Medical Law at the Faculty of Law

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Curriculum Vitae:

born 1976 in Vienna, grew up in Linz
1995-1999 Diploma studies in law at the Universities of Vienna and Paris II
1999-July 2001 Doctoral studies in law (with distinction), University of Vienna
2000-2001 Court practice at the District Court of Vienna Innere Stadt, the Vienna Criminal Court and the ASG Vienna
1999-2008 Contract and university assistant at the Institute for Constitutional and Administrative Law at the University of Vienna
2004-2005 Postgraduate Master's degree (MJur) at the University of Oxford with a focus on commercial and European law (with distinction)
2008 Habilitation in constitutional and administrative law with a thesis on Austrian hospital law
2009 Associate at bpv Hügel Rechtsanwälte OEG Vienna
2009-2020 University professor at the Institute for Public Law and Political Science at the Karl-Franzens-University Graz; there, among other things, head of the institute, long-standing member of the curriculum commission of the Faculty of Law and member of the working group for equal treatment issues
WS 2015/2016, WS 2016/2017 and SS 2018 Visiting professor (professeur invité) at the University of Paris-Dauphine
2019-2020 Speaker of the interdisciplinary profile-building area "smart regulation" at the University of Graz
since October 2020 Professor of Medical Law at the Institute for Constitutional and Administrative Law at the University of Vienna


Research areas:

* Public law issues of medical law (in particular quality assurance, organization of the health care system, digitalization in health care, professional law of the health care professions)
* University law (including private universities)
* Procedural law of administrative authorities and courts under public law, regulatory law (in particular energy)
* Legislative procedures, budgetary law, comparative public law, European law;

"Good and fair medical care is a basic human need and must therefore be based on clearly understandable legal principles. My work is intended to help make unclear rules of medical law easier to understand and to create new rules." (Karl Stöger)