Steffen Hindelang is currently professor (wsr) at the Department of Law of the University of Southern Denmark. He teaches and researches in the areas of international economic law, esp. international investment law, EU law and German public law. He is also adjunct faculty at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and Technical University Berlin. He is senior fellow at the Walter Hallstein Institute of European Constitutional Law at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and academic advisor to the International Investment Law Centre Cologne (IILCC). Previously, he was guest professor at, among others, the University of Uppsala as a Riksbankens Jubileumsfond - Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung Swedish Prize Laureate, at Nagoya University, Bocconi University Milan, the University of Lausanne, the Charles University Prague, the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO), and the Turkish-German University Istanbul.
Furthermore, he has advised, inter alia, European governments on investment screening regulation as well as in international investment disputes and international organisations, such as UNCTAD, on matters of reform of the current international investment law regime. He was repeatedly invited by the European Parliament's INTA Committee to prepare studies on the evolvement of the EU Common Commercial Policy in the area of investment. He was also involved in the Achmea proceedings, in particular in the German courts, and, lately, served as EU law expert in support of the Kingdom of Spain in US Court proceedings in Novenergia, Eiser, Antin, Masdar, and others. In the Swedish Supreme Court, he acts as expert in support of the Republic of Poland in PL Holdings. He serves at the ICSID Panel of Conciliators designated by the Federal Republic of Germany for the term 2019-2025.
Steffen is co-editor of "A Common European Law on Investment Screening (CELIS)", YSEC Yearbook of Socio-Economic Constitutions 2020, Springer, forthcoming, which presents the very first, interdisciplinarily grounded, comprehensive appraisal of a future "Common European Law on Investment Screening".