Enno Mensching, Dipl.-Jur.

Research associate (PhD candidate)

Office Address
CRC 923 "Threatened Order"
Keplerstrasse 2 (NE wing), Room 169
D-72074 Tübingen
  +49 7071 29-77346
enno.menschingspam prevention@uni-tuebingen.de

Office hours
By appointment via email

F07 – The struggle of international order

Project within the CRC 923

Working title: Colonial order as Threatened Order: the Sangley revolts and Spanish massacres in Manila (1603, 1639, 1662, 1686)

Project F07: The struggle for international order. On the integration of affected population groups into the United Nations system

Project F07 investigates diplomatic and international legal strategies for the stabilization of national sovereignty claims within the United Nations system. In this context, the project asks  whether the new form of including directly affected population groups (so-called MAPs) in negotiation and decision-making processes serves more to counter global processes of institutionalization and demands for social participation, or whether they are part of an expansion and deepening of global governance and thus the re-hierarchization of political spaces.

Research interests

  • General and humanitarian international Law
  • History of international law and its theoretical references
  • Violence and the outlawing of war in international law and international relations
  • Development trends and reform processes in international relations, especially within the system of the UN

Curriculum vitae

since August 2019
Research associate

at the CRC 923 "Threatened Order. Societies under Stress" (Project F04)

2018 to 2019
Research assistant

at the Chair of Constitutional Law, International Law, Constitutional Theory and Human Rights at the University of Tübingen

2018 to 2019
Grading assistance

in the context of the exam repetition course of Juristisches Forum Dr. Jacoby, Tübingen

2018 to 2019
Project staff, research assistant

in the international commercial law firm Gleiss Lutz in Stuttgart

2015 to 2016
Studies in International and European Law (Maître en droit)

at the Université Aix-Marseille (France)

2015 to 2016
Participation in the Habeas Corpus Moot Court Competition for Human Rights.

Overall victory at the national eliminations in Lyon with the team of Université Aix-Marseille

2014 to 2015
Participation in the Philipp C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition

as well as pleading counsel for the Tübingen team at the national qualifiers in Heidelberg

2012 to 2018
Degree course in law (1st state examination)

at the University of Tübingen, accompanying internships at court and internationally active law firms in Stuttgart.



  • "Das ius ad bellum in der Zeit 1880 bis 1914", thesis in the context of the major studies, published in the e-fellows.net scholarship knowledge series, 2017. (https://books.google.de/books/about/Das_ius_ad_bellum_in_der_Zeit_1880_bis_1.html?id=tNIODgAAQBAJ&source=kp_book_description&redir_esc=y)
    "L'intégration par la convergence économique entre les pays de l'Union Européenne," co-authored with Durante/Fortin, thesis as part of the master's program, also published in the e-fellows.net Scholar Knowledge Series, 2015. (https://www.grin.com/document/383029)

Classes taught


  • Phillip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, Support of the Tübingen team, 2018-2019.
  • Benjamin M. Telders International Law Moot Court Competition, Support of the Tübingen team, 2019-2020.