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The Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law is a non-university research institute located in Freiburg, Germany. The institute is part of the Max Planck Society and is conducting basic research into criminal law and criminology.The Institute is currently headed by Hans-Jörg Albrecht and Ulrich Sieber . In 2006, the Institute had a total of 149 employees, including 30 researchers and 51 young researchers, as well as 20 third-party employees and 41 visiting researchers. The library comprises more than 400,000 titles and is one of the largest libraries in the area. A former director is Albin Eser.HistoryThe history of the Institute dates back to 1938, when by Adolf Schönke held the "Seminar for Foreign and International Criminal Law" at the Albert Ludwigs University of Freiburg. This led to the founding of the "Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law" in 1947. The Institute was renamed in 1966, when it joined the Max Planck Society.
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