The library will be closed for day-guests on Thursday, 20 June 2013.
The primary function of the Institute library is to provide literature for the academic staff of the Institute, the in-house doctoral students, and Institute guests.
Due to limited staff and space, other persons who have an academic interest in using the library can only obtain restricted access to the library. As a rule, in order to obtain access, these persons must submit a written application.
The only persons not affiliated with the Institute who can use the library without submitting a prior written application are members of the teaching staff of the University of Freiburg and of other institutions of higher learning (Hoch- und Fachhochschulen) in Freiburg. For this purpose, professors, docents, and assistants as well as the student assistants they employ are considered teaching staff. All other interested parties - especially students - may use the library only on a case-by-case basis, if special circumstances are shown, and if they have obtained permission following submission of a written application.
If you would like to apply for permission to access the library as a day-guest, please complete the online application form and send it to us. As a rule, you will receive an answer within one or two working days.
Application for Permission for Access as a Day-Guest to the Library of the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, Günterstalstr. 73, 79100 Freiburg im Breisgau
In order for us to process the application, please fill out the form completely.
Following submission of the completed form, a copy of your application will be sent to the E-mail address you provided. Your computer screen will return to the "Use of the Library" page.