Professor of Public Law,
Institute for German and European Administrative Law, University of Heidelberg
Prof. Mager has been Professor of Public Law at the University of Heidelberg since the winter semester 2004/05.
One of her main research interests is the constitutional law of religions. She comments in particular on Art. 4 GG (freedom of faith and conscience as well as conscientious objection) and Art. 140 GG, which incorporates the so-called Staatskirchenrecht of the Weimar Reichsverfassung (Art. 136 — 141 WRV) into the GG, in Ingo von Münch/Philip Kunig (eds.), Grundgesetz-Kommentar, Munich, 6th ed. 2012. The book “Religionsfreiheit und Gleichberechtigung der Geschlechter — Spannungen und ungelöste Konflikte” (Religious Freedom and Gender Equality — Tensions and Unresolved Conflicts), co-edited by her and Juliane Kokott, emerged from an international symposium at the International Science Forum Heidelberg (IWH) (Tübingen 2014).