Prof. Dr. iur. Achim Rogmann, LLM (Murdoch)

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Achim Rogmann

Professor for Public Economic Law with a focus on Law of the European Union, Foreign Trade Law and Customs Law

Dean International

Adjunct Professor at Murdoch School of Law (Perth/Western Australia)

Commissioner for the prevention of corruption at Ostfalia UaS


Ph.: (+49 5331) 939 33170 
Fax: (+49 5331) 939 33172 

Room K008 (Cube building, first floor)
















Brief CV

Prof. Dr. iur. Achim Rogmann is Professor of European and International Business Law and responsible for the area of Customs and Foreign Trade Law within the Institute for European and International Business Law at the Brunswick European Law School (BELS) in Wolfenbüttel. He is also Adjunct Professor at Murdoch School of Law in Perth, Western Australia and visiting lecturer at the University of Münster in the interdisciplinary degree course “Master in Customs, Taxation and International Trade Law” and at the EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht in the “Master of Compliance with Customs and International Trade Law” program.

He graduated with a Diploma in Public Administration at the University of Public Administration in Duisburg and continued his legal studies at the University of Münster. During his legal traineeship he worked for a law firm in Johannesburg, South Africa. Professor Rogmann joined the German Federal Finance Administration in 1990 where he was appointed as lecturer in European Law and European Customs Law at the Customs University in Münster. During this time he completed the Foreign Law Programme “English for Law” at the University of Münster, which included an internship at HM Customs & Excise in Dover, England. In October 2011 he graduated as Master of Laws (LLM) at Murdoch University with his thesis on regional integration between Australia and New Zealand.

Since 2000 he is a professor of law at Brunswick European Law School (BELS) at the Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences. Up to 2008 he was head of the European Documentation Centre at Ostfalia University, where he is also responsible for prevention of corruption. He is member of the advisory board of ELSA (European Law Student’s Association) Braunschweig/Wolfenbüttel. From 2008 to 2014 he took up the post of Dean of Studies at Brunswick European Law School.

In his research, Prof. Rogmann specialises in World Trade Law and its reflections to European Customs and Foreign Trade Law. He has published a remarkable number of works in these areas. He is member of the Editorial Board of the “Außenwirtschaftliche Praxis” journal and the Academic Board of the European Forum for External Trade, Excise and Customs (EFA). He has lectured in Austria, Australia, Belarus, Belgium, Chile, China, Czech Republik, Finland, Georgia, India, Italy, Latvia, Nepal, the Netherlands, Palestine (West Bank) Poland, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, South Africa, Trinidad & Tobago, Ukraine, Uruguay, the USA,  the United Arab Emirates and acted as an expert for technical assistance and capacity building in a number of projects related to customs and WTO law. In 2004 he was Visiting Fellow and from October 2009 to February 2010 he was Visiting Professor at Murdoch University, where he completed the programme on professional training in arbitration law and practice at the Western Australian Institute of Dispute Management (WAIDM). Since 2010, Prof. Rogmann is an Associate (ACIArb) of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators in London. Since September 2016 he is also member of the Academia Internacional de Derecho Aduanero (International Customs Law Academy) in Mexico City.

Since March 2019 Professor Rogmann is Visiting Faculty at the Institute of Customs and International Trade Law at the University of Münster. In addition, Professor Rogmann became Dean International at the Faculty of Law at Brunswick European Law School (BELS) in the summer semester 2020.

English Publications and Lectures

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