Christian Wilde Rememberance
Christian Wilde was a member of the founding committee of Bucerius Law School and partner in the law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer.
The existence of our university is owed not least his great personal commitment. Christian Wilde, who died at the age of 64 in 2004, had a friendly relationship to many students, professors and the university itself.
In his honour the University and the ICCML hold the Christian Wilde Commemoration Lecture.
3rd Christian Wilde Rememberance Lecture
Dr. Andreas Rittstieg talked about “The advisory, supervisory and adminstrative board of family companies“.
2nd Christian Wilde Rememberance Lecture
Professor Dr. Hoffmann-Becking talked about the independence of the supervisory board.
1st Christian Wilde Rememberance Lecture
The 1st Christian Wilde Rememberance Lecture focused on current trends in European take over law.