Professor Dr. Martin Nettesheim is Professor of Law at the University of Tübingen Law School since 2000. He is chaired Professor for German Public Law, Public European Community Law, International Law and International Political Theory and was Director of the Tuebingen University Center for International Economic Law (TURCIEL). He studied law at the Universities of Freiburg, Berlin and Ann Arbor (MI), He also holds a degree in Economics. Professor Nettesheim has taught courses at various universities (Berkeley, Miami, Nanjing, Kyoto). He has served as Dean of the Law School (2003-2005) and is Member of the Board of the Center for Studies in Federalism at the University of Tübingen. He chairs the Working Group on European Constitutional Law within the Association of German Professors of Public Law. Professor Nettesheim has published comprehensively in the areas of EU law, International Economic Law and German Constitutional Law. He is editor of a multi-volume commentary on the Treaties on the European Union (Grabitz/Hilf/Nettesheim, Das Recht der Europaeischen Union, Oct. 2016) and author of a comprehensive introduction to EU law (Oppermann/Classen/Nettesheim, Europarecht, 7th ed. 2016). His current projects include a book about democratic theory in settings of multi-level governance and a publication about the protection of personal privacy.