Professor Dr. Dominik Skauradszun lectured on „Corporate Restructuring“ and „European Insolvency Law“ at the School of Law of Dublin Business School in September 2017. Fulda University of Applied Sciences currently sends the largest number of its exchange students to DBS. The School of Law in the heart of Dublin city offers full-time as well as part-time degrees in law and business. Mary Gordon, director of the law courses, also organised a visit to the Four Courts where Professor Skauradszun was invited as a former judge at the Tübingen Court of Appeal to attend the inaugural press conference of the President of the Supreme Court, Chief Justice of Ireland Frank Clarke.
Furthermore, Dominik Skauradszun presented his latest research about banking insolvency law, which is forthcoming in the double-blind peer reviewed journal “European Company and Financial Law Review”, at three universities in Dublin.
Dominik Skauradszun spoke to Professor Blanaid Clarke from Trinity College Dublin about European company and banking law. He also had negotiations with Professor Eoin O`Dell, Director of Exchange Programmes, about a new study exchange programme between Fulda and Trinity. Adrienne Stickel and Dominik Skauradszun will follow up the negotiations during the next weeks.
Secondly, Dominik Skauradszun met Professor Federico Fabbrini from Dublin City University who also specialises in European law. Both, expert consultants to EU institutions, agreed on a new collaboration starting with guest lectures of Prof. Fabbrini at Fulda and guest lectures of Prof. Skauradszun in Dublin.
Dominik Skauradszun finally spoke to Professor Gavin Barrett from University College Dublin, the No. 1 in Ireland for 40 subjects and according to World University Rankings among the best 100 in Europe. Prof. Barrett specialises in European finance law. Dominik Skauradszun was invited to speak in autumn at the UCD School of Law about European banking resolution based on the Single Resolution Mechanism, a newer EU regulation dealing with failing credit institutes.