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Dr. Martin SEIDEL Research Professor (Senior Fellow) at the Center for European Integration Studies at the University of Bonn, Attorney at law


 studied law and political science at the Universities of Munich, Innsbruck and Cologne
1956+61 First and Second State Examinations for Lawyers in Northrhine-Westphalia
1960 Doctor of Laws degree from the University of Cologne
1961-62 studied economics in Italy and political science at the Johns Hopkins Bologna Center of the School of Advanced International Studies, Washington, DC
 Professional Career:
1962 joined the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs
1972-89 attorney for the Federal Republic in all legal actions and proceedings taken by Germany in the European Court of Justice
 working for Economic and Monetary Union:
1970-72 Werner-Plan for monetary integration
1979-83 European Monetary System
 legal advisor of the German Delegation to the 1991-92 conference of Maastricht on European Economic and Monetary Union
 on 1997 retired as senior official of Germany's Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs, Department for European Integration


many scholarly publications on questions relating to Community law, to Economic and Monetary Union and to integration policies