How lecturers behave in PESIT bsc
Maxim (April 23rd, 2021, 3:39 am)
I never would have thought you would be in your late 50s. Please keep on doing this for many years to come, you have an extraordinary charm like your website. I wish you health, happiness, peace and a long life. A law student who just gives you ridiculous happiness to listen to.
Student (April 13th, 2021, 12:33 pm)
Prof. Lorenz - I kiss your eyes: *
Luke (3.2.2021, 11:09 am)
I can only agree with the previous speakers. The podcasts are excellent. I was able to complete the best major exam in my major at my university. I owe that in large part to your podcast. They motivate and convey understanding, which unfortunately falls by the wayside at my university. In addition, the possibility of repetition creates security. From the start of consuming your lectures, I have made tremendous progress. That was the case even though before that I had (in retrospect) a shockingly poor or wrong understanding of the matter in IPR. Many Thanks! Keep it up! I can only encourage you to expand the offer. They train lawyers across Germany much better than many universities do and want to do. Especially against the background of the "all or nothing principle" in the state examination, her work is of immense importance for many students who are exposed to almost arbitrary teaching and are therefore dependent on alternative teaching methods.
Maren (Jan 11th, 2021, 5:11 pm)
Thank you for making your podcast available free of charge to all students in Germany / worldwide. Especially in times of the corona pandy, when we unfortunately had to cancel lectures at our university, you can learn the material independently of what is offered at your own university. Thank you for making your podcast available free of charge for all students in Germany / worldwide. Especially in times of the corona pandy, when we unfortunately had to cancel lectures at the university, you can learn the material independently of what is offered at your own university.
Yilmaz (4.1.2021, 9:25 pm)
Happy New!! Respect to Mr. Stephan Lorenz !! Its a great honor to have a lawyer and Professor like Mister Lorenz ...
K from Bochum (December 31st, 2020, 2:50 pm)
Dear Prof. Dr. Lorenz, I really want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for the great work you are doing. After 2 years without law, I got into the commercial rep. I took a total of 2 years for my preparation, knowing that I had to learn a lot from scratch. Finally Corona came, I was pushed twice and after months without access to the bib I wrote in the summer. In the end, I was able to get a total of 8 points (in civil law 2x9 in writing, in oral law 11 each in the lecture and the discussions). A result that is satisfactory for me. I couldn't have done it without their podcasts. In the long time of loneliness they were my loyal companions and motivated me to stay on the ball in their very special way. It is, as has been said before, "Amicus certus in re incerta cernitur". Truly no one comes close to their didactic brilliance. I wish you all the best, good luck in your private life and success in your professional life. Stay as you are. And to everyone who is currently or will be on the path. Remember: Labor omnia vincit improbus.
M from Ulm (November 10th, 2020, 1:15 pm)
Dear Prof. Lorenz, thank you very much for your podcasts. You will give your students a lot of joy in law and, by the way, the structure of the law right from the start. It also gives me a lot of pleasure to listen to you, to remember your own time as a student when you answer your questions and to talk about it with my sons. I hope you continue to enjoy your training and teaching.
LR. (10/11/2020, 10:53 PM)
Thank you for making your lectures available to external parties. I would be very happy about a lecture on property law! best regards
LMU student (3.8.2020, 6:52 p.m.)
Dear Prof. Lorenz, I was unfortunately not lucky enough to end up in your basic course - but I still work very hard with your podcasts! Thanks a lot for this! Law is explained with fun and wit! Keep it going! :-)
Anja, another distance student (July 19th, 2020, 2:58 pm)
Dear Professor Lorenz, it is your fault! It's so much your fault that I started studying law. Thank you also for encouraging me to do this awesome (sh ...) stuff to me. Keep it going! You are fantastic. Greetings Anja
ste (July 16, 2020, 3:44 pm)
Thanks for the podcasts! I had serious problems in the basic law of obligations course and only wrote 4 points. With your podcasts, I got two-digit law of obligations exams in the state examination. Thank you for the great presentation and the invigorating nature of the lecture.
Another distance student(28.6.2020, 21:44)
Dear Prof. Dr. Lorenz, thank you very much for making your excellent podcasts available free of charge! You are what I call an "inspiring teacher" and have sparked my love for civil law! Your textbooks are also right at the front of my bookshelf, and if I could, I would switch to LMU just because of you ;-). Please keep on doing this for a long time!
Dear Professor Lorenz, I would like to thank you for your fantastic podcasts. After graduating from high school, I was wondering whether I should study law or engineering. Although I have now become an engineer, interest in law has never disappeared. Today I enjoy your podcasts almost every evening - at the beginning also to the regret of my partner (business administration student). In the meantime, however, you have become an integral part of the evening together and every time I turn on the television for once, I only hear from the next room "Maxi, what about Stephan ?! Switch on the podcast immediately!" With this in mind: stay healthy, after all, my relationship depends on it :-) Greetings from Lower Bavaria!
Student from the Pott (June 5th, 2020, 7:21 pm)
Dear Prof Dr Lorenz, I just want to say thank you! After mental illnesses cost me several semesters and a lot of strength, I was on the verge of giving up everything. But then I started working on all the basics of civil law with your podcasts and the way you convey the material just makes you want to go to Jura! I have never understood the system of civil law as much as I do now, and I am more motivated than a beginner in the introductory week. Please keep it up!
Student from Osnabrück (4.6.2020, 10:24 p.m.)
Dear Mr. Lorenz, I have often heard very positive things about your podcasts! Today I stopped by and can only agree with the previous speakers! It gives me great pleasure to be able to learn the rest of the material with the help of your podcasts! At this point, thank you very much for your (even free!) Provision of numerous materials / podcasts. I only wish you the best! Stay healthy! With best regards
Student at FernUniversität Hagen (May 18th, 2020, 4:55 pm)
Hello Prof. Lorenz, First of all, a huge compliment for your super great podcast, which you are also making available to students outside the LMU. I am one of those eccentrics who strive for law in distance learning at the Fernuniversität Hagen with the ultimate goal EJP and that part-time alongside a full-time job. Please keep on staying so motivated, committed and with charm and wit. Not many professors and lecturers manage to present abstract topics clearly. LG the distance student
Student at the WWU (May 8, 2020, 9:55 am)
Dear Mr. Lorenz, I admire you for how you manage to convey more fun and in-depth understanding of civil law than others in a live lecture using just the computer via podcast. Keep your way of teaching and stay healthy!
college student (7.5.2020, 17:10)
Thank you for the opportunity to capture the best of various sources and use this for my exam preparation!
Student at the Goethe University Frankfurt (18.3.2020, 14:34)
Dear Prof. Dr. Lorenz, your lectures and didactic masterpiece are, in my opinion, unsurpassable after successfully completing and therefore attending many different lectures! Even if I was only allowed to listen to your lectures online via podcasts, it becomes noticeable that you are speaking with your students on an equal footing and that they feel incredibly comfortable in the lecture, so that nobody needs to be afraid to ask a question or even a wrong one Answer. Very few professors manage that. I am infinitely grateful to you for making your lectures available online and thus giving students who are not members of the LMU the opportunity. Last but not least, you saved me with regard to my intermediate examination! :-) Best health, good luck in your further career and best regards from Frankfurt!
Spaetsunderin from Frankfurt (9.2.2020, 11:13)
Didactically unbeatable! In-depth understanding, connections and ratio of the regulations conveyed in a simple way! Thank you very much, especially for the free access to your podcasts! Thumbs up !!!
college student (15.1.2020, 23:09)
Thanks for the good support through the course. Last but not least, I owe my complete satisfaction in the state part in Bavaria to you.
Meael (November 6th 2019, 8:50 pm)
Hello, Professor Lorenz, for years I have watched your podcasts from time to time. I am now 48 years old, an accounting manager. Since September I have been studying business law as a part-time correspondence course. I've always been interested in law. Now it makes even more sense to watch their podcasts. Unfortunately I cannot download the "download" documents with the iPad. Only the first page is shown to me. Many greetings from Swabia. Michael
Student from Mainz (6.11.2019, 15:50)
Even for the state part, the podcast in civil law brought me a lot. The calm and pointed way of explaining gives the opportunity to learn new things from scratch as well as to deepen and internalize what is known. In doing so, Mr. Lorenz always works with catchy examples, but does not ignore the overriding dogmatic basic principles. In my opinion, this healthy mix is what makes the lecture so valuable. Now with the focus on IPR in Mainz, the podcast is a decisive advantage for me over my fellow students. Nevertheless, I have recommended it many times and always received a huge thank you in return. Therefore: Many thanks also from my side for sharing the lectures with the rest of Germany. One can only wish the other universities such a progressive approach!
Tübingen student (25.8.2019, 12:19)
I failed my first attempt at the state examination. I came across Professor Lorenz's podcasts through a friend. It was only through his lectures that I understood the basic principle of civil law. Professor Lorenz is an excellent professor, from whom many a professor can learn a slice of the world! I passed my exam on the second attempt last month and even with a small grade! Thank you very much, Mr. Lorenz!
Ersan (24.8.2019, 00:17)
Mega correct material. Thanks alot!
Student (23.8.2019, 20:12)
Dear Prof. Dr. Lorenz, I'm in the 3rd semester of law at the University of Heidelberg, everyone here is familiar with your podcast. It's amazing how they manage to take away your fear and explain complex things in an understandable way. Your podcast and textbook are a great help and enrichment for my studies. The passion with which they explain civil law is very inspiring. Thanks alot. Really.
Feri (August 18th 2019, 12:51 pm)
I would have preferred to study at the LMU, just because of Mr. Lorenz;)
Louisa (10.8.2019, 19:15)
Dear Professor Lorenz, I think not only your podcasts, but also your PdW series are great and I am really looking forward to the new version of the law of obligations BT. Thanks a lot for this!
Andreas M., Regensburg (26.7.2019, 19:15)
At the age of 45 I came up with the idea of studying law in addition to a (part-time) job as a development engineer in the automotive industry. Two weeks ago, I finished my state examination in free trial with two digits. Without your podcasts, I wouldn't have had a chance. Thanks a lot for this!
Neha Shifra (4.7.2019, 10:13):
Dear Professor Lorenz, I thank you for the materials you provided. It is a great pleasure to learn with it !! The materials are clear, the solutions are easy to understand and well structured! Thank you very much for your effort!!
Student from Tübingen (July 2nd, 2019, 3:31 pm):
Dear Professor Lorenz, thanks to you I have found great pleasure in civil law. Your work is amazing and I am infinitely grateful to have access to your sensational podcast and outstanding documents, even as a foreign student. Thank you very much for that and please keep it up!
Many thanks (May 10, 2019, 3:45 pm):
Dear Prof. Lorenz, thank you very much for your commitment to teaching and your proximity to the university and the students. I attended your basic course in 2010. I am now a lawyer and I still benefit from your lecture. When it comes up again, I still feel like a fish in the water in civil law and especially in the law of obligations, thanks to the understanding you conveyed vividly. I always like to think back to your lecture and it reminds me why I am excited about law. For the second exam I listened to your lecture on the reform of the law on work and services - great as always. Rest assured that the effort you put into teaching and digitally is worth it and keep it up!
M. Th. (May 5th 2019, 12:16 pm):
Thank you very much, Prof. Dr. Lorenz for: 1. The "Jura" advertising event that convinced me to study law in the first place. 2. The wonderful basic course with excellent slides. 3. The opportunity to "listen again" to each of your lectures as a podcast and which has accompanied me through two state exams. 4. The enthusiasm for law that you not only share with LMU students, but also with lawyers all over the world. Keep it going!
Niko I. Kerner (February 21, 2019, 8:19 am):
Almost exactly two weeks ago, I received my written state examination grades: 11, 11, 12, 10, 7 and 5 points. To prepare for it, I listened (in full) to Prof. Lorenz's lectures on inheritance law and reversal relationships, among other things. I did not study in Munich myself, but in Cologne and heard about Prof. Lorenz's fantastic lectures from a friend. I can recommend to every law student: Listen to Prof. Lorenz's podcasts! They are fantastically organized, didactically very good and content-wise also consistently at exam level. If you can do the content taught by Prof. Lorenz, you can definitely pass the state examination. And possibly with good grades. During the third exam in civil law I had to think about the exact words of Prof. Lorenz several times. Thank you for this great offer!
Leni (January 29th, 2019, 6:20 pm):
Thanks a million for this wonderful podcast. During my studies, I messed up civil law twice. In preparation for the exam, after Hemmer drove myself to despair, I came across you and since then I've finally gotten enthusiastic about law. Two digits in the exam, I have to thank you for the civil law part!
Hansi (January 17th, 2019, 12:40 am):
Dear Professor Lorenz, thank you! I could fill pages here on how much you help me with the podcasts during my exam preparation. That is certainly not a matter of course. So just thank you. I wish you a lot of fulfillment in life! Best regards
Student from Hamburg (December 26th, 2018, 4:03 pm):
Dear Prof. Dr. Lorenz, I cannot express my thanks to you in words. You saved my civil law exam preparation! Before I became aware of your lectures, I did not understand civil law correctly. I wish you would read things right too. It was only through your lectures that I was able to penetrate the entire civil law material. I listen to the lecture and then work on the topic and also type everything you say diligently. I was about to quit exam preparation because I was already having panic attacks and the failure became too much for me. But that has long since come to an end! I'm almost through and I'll write soon :) I also hear you falling asleep. Then I will understand everything even better! I don't know you, but you are a great and hard-working person, you can tell. Wish you the best!
Maggy (December 6th, 2018, 2:23 pm):
Dear Professor Dr.Lorenz, thank you for your great podcasts! Unfortunately, I only discovered it after I had fought my way through material and exams to the LLB at the FernUni Hagen with deadly boring scripts and books. With all the more pleasure and profit, I now hear them with the aim of "salvaging sunken cultural assets". I only really understand a lot now. (How many of your cars have you actually already sold ????). Jura is really fun this way - and as you put it so beautifully: with your illustrative examples, it is not rocket science. Hopefully your face-to-face students will appreciate what they have about you! I would be very happy if you got the idea to read administrative law and also criminal law !!!
Lina (November 19th, 2018, 9:35 pm):
Dear Prof. Dr. Lorenz, my best friend who is also studying law, referred me to these podcasts. Already after the first episode (BGB AT introductory event) I was absolutely enthusiastic about your lecture style. I never enjoyed civil law and admittedly skipped a lot because I didn't like our professor's way of speaking, which led to large gaps. Thanks to you, however, I no longer have to worry about passing the major civil law certificate in the coming semester. I envy the students at LMU Munich for having such a clever and funny civil law professor! Greetings from Heidelberg
Gabriel and Lucie (November 16, 2018, 8:26 pm):
Dear Prof. Dr. Lorenz, our condolences at the end of your telenovela accompanying the lecture. We hope you can cope well with the end of Lindenstrasse. Greetings from Freiburg
Ben (Oct 29th 2018, 5:11 pm):
Thank you so much! Great Prof! .
Wiesenblümchen92 (23.10.2018, 8:38 pm):
Dear Professor Lorenz, thank you very much for the podcasts. I love each and every one of them and sometimes even listen to a podcast to get you to sleep. When I grow up, I want to be like you. There is no professor at my university who conveys the material as concisely and clearly structured as you do. With your overviews you know where you are at all times. They also provide exam tips in many places. With some professors you might think that they are using the 90 minutes for self-expression. They are the complete opposite. No bad jokes, no demonstration by students, no repeater "bashing" or anything else. Please keep it up. Thank you and best regards. Ps .: My mother also likes to listen to the podcasts while ironing or cooking because she thinks her voice is great.
Alexander (October 17th, 2018, 11:42 pm):
Dear Prof. Lorenz, thank you very much for the outstanding podcast, you are an absolute man of honor! May you continue to operate this website for many years, the karma is on your side!
Gezim Idrizi from Macedonia (September 17th, 2018, 10:07 pm):
I'm studying law in Macedonia, but I can speak German reasonably well. Searched for IPR materials on the internet a year ago and found your podcast. Love on the first sight. What followed, a true love story. Then I heard all of their podcasts and decided to study for a master's degree with a focus on IPR. You have really enriched my life. What a shame I will never get to know you personally. For those who are lucky enough to have Professor Lorenz as a lecturer, I envy you! Kind regards from Skopje.
Tom (July 17th, 2018, 8:32 pm):
Dear Professor Lorenz, I would like to thank you very much for your outstanding documents on the BGB. I study in Bonn myself and, like many of my fellow students, use their great exercises and scripts to prepare for exams. Thank you for making this available to all law students. They seem to combine the rare talent of scientific excellence and didactic skill. Thank you very much, Tom
Student from the second semester (07/11/2018, 6:45 p.m.):
Hello Professor Lorenz, I attended your basic course this year and would like to thank you for this excellent event. When I registered at LMU, I hoped to have an event with you during my studies, as I already knew you from another lecture. So I was very happy to learn that I was assigned to your basic course. They were always very well prepared and explained the topics in an understandable and in-depth manner, but without losing sight of the essentials. That is why I developed the confidence to “let you take me by the hand”. In addition, you designed your slides to be visually appealing and meaningful in terms of content so that it was fun to work with the slides. It is a mystery to me how you manage to prepare and hold every lecture so excellently. I also found your interaction with the students particularly positive, as we were always included, valued and treated with respect. Although you teach a large number of students, I had the feeling that you care about each and every one of them because you took the time (despite your presumably tight schedule) for all questions and concerns during and after the lecture. You could also learn a lot in the working groups. The cases and solutions were well thought out and structured. B. could be recognized by the fact that in one case a topic was dealt with and in the following case the counterpart to it. My praise goes to the working group leaders Ms. Westhäuser, Ms. Thalmeier and Ms. Weber, who designed the working groups particularly well (review questions, mind maps, sketches, layout schemes as pdf, etc.). I'm looking forward to your inheritance law lecture. Thank you for your great commitment! Greetings from the second semester student
Linda (5.07.2018, 11:14):
Dear Professor Lorenz, what you are doing for us students is simply amazing. I am incredibly glad to have your podcast and the other very useful information on your homepage. I owe my joy in civil law to you! Great gratitude from rainy Tübingen.
Fichtner (3.07.2018, 9:56):
Dear Prof. Lorenz, you have successfully got me through my civil rights certificates so far. Since I am often unable to attend lectures at my university for various reasons, I am really very grateful that your podcasts are available. It's a shame that the University of Freiburg still lives in the Middle Ages when it comes to streaming lectures. Warm greetings to Munich!
Nala (May 24th 2018, 6:28 pm):
Dear Prof. Lorenz, I can hardly find words to express my gratitude! In addition to your outstanding professional achievements, you are also incredibly funny and entertaining on a human level ... You first triggered my love for civil law in me.
Eva (May 16, 2018, 6:40 pm):
Dear Prof. Dr. Lorenz, I would like to thank you for your great podcasts! I'm studying law at the FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, and I'm about to take my first exam. I have had many fundamental weaknesses until now, simply because I admittedly did not attend many lectures, I learned wrongly, but also because I simply did not understand that much about some of the professors. Listening to your lectures has filled so many gaps in my brain that I wish I had discovered these podcasts in previous semesters, I would have been spared a lot! Not even the rep brought me as much as your lecture, because they explain everything in a structured and logical way and I learned to understand and apply the law and because, thanks to you, I now know how to learn properly. If I pass this in September I owe it in large part to you! You are an excellent professor and there are certainly many students who do not study at LMU who are very grateful to you! Sincerely, Eva
Ralf Kau (May 12th 2018, 2:17 pm):
Dear Prof. Lorenz, I have already written you an email, but would like to emphasize once again in the guest book how phenomenal your lectures are. I am a law student at the Open University and am grateful for any form of teaching and learning enrichment. Above all, your lecture on "How to learn" brought me valuable insights. With best regards, Ralf Kau
Ruhr Uni Bochum (May 9th, 2018, 5:58 pm):
You cannot imagine how much they are celebrated among the Bochum students and how much we envy the Munich students! Thank you for being our exams emergency doctor!
Dorothee Emmerlich (07.05.2018, 19:45):
Dear Professor Dr. Lorenz, thank you very much for your great lectures, which I still treat myself to after a long day at work. Methodically and didactically, they are so well prepared that it is really fun to follow them. I am studying the Bachelor of Laws at the Fernuniversität Hagen in the 2nd semester and am not doing it for professional reasons, but simply because I am so interested in law that I invest my free time in it. I myself studied Romance and English for teaching in Heidelberg, worked for many years in commercial programming (cost accounting) - the state didn't want me because my NC was 0.6 too bad - and have now been a lecturer for more than 10 years working for German as a foreign language at the adult education centers in Bad-Neuenahr and Andernach. In addition, I ran a private tutoring school for more than 10 years and gave one-to-one tuition there, mainly in Latin, mathematics, English and French. Yes, I've already got a lot behind me - I'm no longer the freshest and turned 60 this year. But I've been interested in law for many, many years. And it is, precisely because it is such a complicated subject, so unique to be able to listen to a professor who can convey this sometimes quite dry subject so vividly and vividly. I recommend her lectures to all of my fellow students, and you can be sure that I have attracted many followers. Everyone is excited. Thank you very much for your effort and, above all, for the fact that not only students at LMU Munich can benefit from it. Dorothee Emmerlich
D.B. (03.05.2018, 17:47):
Thank you for the great podcast on the Reform Act and the resulting changes. So shortly before the oral exam, this is of course a "hot candidate" and it gave me a headache as to how I can get the best possible overview. Your lecture was the answer to my question and it took my fear away. Keep it up!
Tim Kraus (11.04.2018, 07:49):
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you again for your commitment and great work. Your podcast and the overview of case law are indispensable for me in my legal clerkship.
Anonymous (26.02.2018, 11:53):
Dear Professor Lorenz, your podcasts are simply outstanding. Your lecture on inheritance law gave me my best civil law exam and your comments on the general terms and conditions test made me shine in the oral exam. Keep it going. You are and will remain FC Bayern among the law professionals!
Poghosyan Ashot (February 4th 2018, 8:35 pm):
Dear Prof. Lorenz, I am a student at the Humboldt University in Berlin and have been listening to your podcasts since the first semester. Thank you very much for making these podcasts available to everyone. I gained most of the knowledge in civil law through these podcasts and it was with that knowledge that I passed the exam! I hope you continue as you have done up to now. Thank you very much again! Sincerely, Ashot Poghosyan
Cara Amira (January 24th, 2018, 3:55 pm):
Dear Prof. Lorenz, with your great and detailed material you have already made the beginner's exercise in private law a lot easier, and now it's time for the advanced exercise; now I finally have another reason to check out your podcasts !! I wish there were more people like you - please please keep up the great work! How great that you already have material on the new regulations from 2018. You make a difference of at least 10 points for me ... !!!
Til and Young from Tübingen (December 21, 2017, 2:22 pm):
Dear Prof. Dr. Lorenz, your podcasts are phenomenal. Your lectures made our preparation for the mid-term exam much easier. Your students are enviable that you can attend such a well-structured and understandable lecture on a daily basis. We're going to toast you tonight with a Bavarian beer and reading your textbook. We wish you a Merry Christmas! Perhaps we'll be sitting in your lecture soon. With festive greetings, your biggest fans from the University of Tübingen Til and Young #hochlebedieschuldrechtsreform
Lukas (December 17th, 2017, 6:30 pm):
Dear Mr. Lorenz, the podcasts are just great. In particular, the one from summer semester 17 on the reversal of the situation gave me the pleasure of studying law in my exam preparation phase. Thanks alot!
Anonymous from Berlin (December 15th, 2017, 8:55 am):
Dear Professor Lorenz, thank you very much for your podcast, which enables me to refresh my knowledge of IPR 10 years after finishing my studies. I mainly listen to what never gets boring thanks to your nice style and entertaining manner. Thanks also for the constant repetitions, it helps a lot! Please keep it up! Many greetings from Berlin!
Student from Regensburg (November 21, 2017, 5:08 pm:
19 points podcasts =)
Moritz (November 21, 2017, 4:47 pm):
Thank you for the podcast!
Tavana (November 17th, 2017, 12:52 pm):
The podcasts in conjunction with the slides are a good repetition of the basics in studies and for the exam. Thank you very much, Mr. Lorenz!
Christian Urlaub (11/11/2017, 10:54 am):
Dear Professor Lorenz, I teach economics and law at a grammar school and take your comments on the abstraction and separation principle into my lessons with great pleasure :) Christian Urlaub
J Smber (11/11/2017, 3:12 am):
NO JURA FOR ME. GOOD decision-making aid regarding studies. They saved me a lot of my life. Thank you very much, Professor Lorenz.
Stud (22.9.2017, 18:16):
Mr. Lorenz, thank you very much for your podcasts. Long before my exam, I was relying on your explanations on many topics and have now received a more than positive exam result. In the year before my exams in particular, in addition to the usual study time, I often listened to a podcast on the side - especially in the car and doing sports. I have already thanked you here once, but now again with the result of the exam, in which you have played a major role. The fact that you make the files available for free and in various formats means more than mere commitment in a digitized world in which many professors have not yet arrived. Would each teacher in the field of digital teaching materials only show half of their commitment ...
Tobias P. (August 14th, 2017, 7:11 pm):
Dear Professor Lorenz, Thank you very much! Throughout the intensive preparation for the exams, your lectures were always a ray of light due to the passion, joy and necessary structure you constantly put forward. Last but not least, many of your memorable phrases ("RTFL" ;-)) also helped to keep track of things during the exams themselves. Please keep your passion for civil law and continue to post your lectures online as a podcast - in the future, students who are desperate for exam preparation will thank you. Best regards from Freiburg
Dominik (August 11th, 2017, 4:14 pm):
Hello, I come from the University of Bremen and I am enthusiastic about the lectures given by Mr. Lorenz. You can really tell that the lecturer enjoys what he is doing and that he is not too good to teach the students the subject matter. I like to listen to the lectures on individual learning areas or read articles by Prof. Lorenz. Law can be so easy when you have him as a lecturer. I am very grateful that he puts his lectures online and I look forward to hearing his lectures in the future too.
Timo (6.8.2017, 9:24):
I have to write something nice now because you simply deserve it. I even know how often I have already heard your lectures (BGB AT, law of obligations, law of inheritance) (very, very, very, very often) and am also just repeating the law of inheritance for the 2nd exam and I'm excited again. Thanks to you, law is just fun and I don't know if I would have continued my studies if I hadn't discovered your podcasts. I really want and have to go to Munich to see you live. These podcasts are just 1 A. Greetings from Leipzig :)
Thomas G. (2.7.2017, 17:59):
Thank you for your records. My feedback is instructive and entertaining and I am convinced that with the help of your recordings in the podcast I will achieve a good exam result.
On behalf of all law students (2.7.2017, 15:29):
Gratitude just plain gratitude! :)
a lawyer (2.7.2017, 00:55):
Dear Professor Lorenz, I have been a lawyer for many years now and I look forward to hearing your podcasts every now and then (in the bathtub or on the plane).And to be able to take part in a lecture again, especially as a tried and tested civil lawyer who was also able to work in depth and independently scientifically, I am very happy, because it is always the basics and the structures that matter. I hope to hear more from you, maybe a podcast on the ZPO? keep rockin
Student from Cologne (June 24th, 2017, 7:22 pm):
Dear Prof Lorenz! Thank you for your great podcast and the many materials! :)
StudMine (May 31, 2017, 12:41 pm):
Dear Prof. Dr. Lorenz, thank you very much for making podcasts available to foreign students.
Student from Freiburg (May 30, 2017, 9:41 am):
Thank you very much for this great support in exam preparation. Some professors might like to learn a bit from this!
Jobst von Steinsdorff(23.5.2017, 13:10):
Dear Professor Lorenz, I heard about your podcasts through an LTO article. A good 20 years ago I enjoyed your regular representation in Prof. Heldrich's candidate colloquium with great profit. It's great that it's now available as a podcast! All the best for the future and at this point many thanks again for helping me out with my training ... maybe barred (and out of date) according to the new law of obligations, but don't forget!
Salman K. (18.5.2017, 21:42):
Lorenz for President!
Tübingen student(6.4.2017, 06:42):
Your podcasts are just great and extremely valuable. Thank you for being available to foreign students as well. Your work is really great !! Greetings from Brisbane, where I am currently listening to your podcasts, so as not to lose sight of German law.
Heidelberg student(9.3.2017, 11:54):
Dear Prof. Lorenz, I would also like to take this opportunity to thank you very much for your phenomenally good podcasts and, above all, for making them accessible to everyone! I think I am not only speaking for myself, but for many law students in Germany who do not have the privilege of having such a great professor "on site" when I say: THANK YOU! Please keep it up so that future students can also enjoy really good lectures! Best regards!
A student from Freiburg(28.2.2017, 21:42):
Dear Prof. Lorenz, thank you very much for everything you offer on these pages. A tremendous help with exam preparation! Only the best for the future! Sincerely, a Freiburg student
Dear Mr. Lorenz, as a big fan from Hessen, I have always enjoyed watching your podcasts (and recommending them). Now, however, these can no longer be played. Is this just a temporary disorder? Best regards
Christoph W.(23.2.2017, 12:05):
Dear Professor Lorenz, thank you very much for this really great project. Initially unsettled, Jura quickly started to get me excited. I can't help but praise your lectures - above all, you manage to show your enthusiasm - and it is infectious! I even got a spark in the law of obligations. Unfortunately, however, you are unable to convey the material in its entirety. You also have to consult one or the other book ... ;-)) Thanks for the motivation for this! Best regards from the Rhineland
At some point I will take the 600 km drive to see you in person. You are the best by far!
It's overwhelming how much positive feedback you've been getting for pretty much exactly 20 years. I would like to add my mustard to this: Thank you very much for the entire offer (also for non-LMU students)!
Dear Mr. Lorenz, thank you very much for these wonderful podcasts! Civil law is finally no longer a big mystery and a lot of professors can clearly learn something from their sympathy! Keep it going!
If I ever meet you in person, I'll hug you! Like it or not! THANKS!!!!! :)
Rahima (6.2.2017, 18:13):
When I started exam preparation, I studied the scripts on the individual areas of civil, criminal and public law. I also wrote exams and listened to Mr. Prof. Lorenz. I did this on the way to the university and on the way back home. At some point I heard the podcasts while cooking or ironing. That sounds extremely suspicious, but I always had fun hearing the sometimes funny and shocking stories from Prof. Lorenz and it was easier to remember the difficult topics because of the clear explanations. Thanks a lot for this! Best regards
Anonymous (29.1.2017, 22:30):
Dear Mr. Lorenz, Thank you very much for your lecture on the open day of the LMU Munich! You gave a very good overview of the course and I was very enthusiastic about it, without ignoring the risks and difficulties! Lg
Paul (28.1.2017, 15:52):
Dear Mr. Lorenz, thank you very much for your willingness to make your documents and lectures available to other students. You helped me a lot during the revision course! Greetings from Frankfurt am Main
The podcasts are simply great, especially for lawyers who have learned the old law of obligations. Getting this knowledge out of books - no chance!
Stud (4.1.2017, 14:03):
Mr. Lorenz, thank you very much for your podcasts, which run in the car, while running, cleaning and otherwise on the side and convey content that you would otherwise never have recorded without being noticed and without torture. In addition, there is still excellent humor from time to time - it has probably helped me more so far than many other professors in my lectures.
Jens (16.12.2016, 18:20):
Thank you for the great podcasts. They help a lot, especially with missed lectures. Greetings from the University of Mannheim :)
Marc (14.12.2016, 09:49):
Dear Mr. Lorenz, thank you very much for your excellent website! In particular, the podcast and the case law collection are worth gold for my exam preparation, without rep. Thank you and best regards from Düsseldorf!
MOOC fan (1.12.2016, 12:18):
Great idea to make the knowledge available to the broad, interested public and other students! Wouldn't you like to take the liberalization of education as a hobbyhorse and encourage others to do similar projects? Thanks!
Augsburg student (1.12.2016, 12:00):
Thank you for providing your very vivid lectures!
F. Wagner (25.11.2016, 15:08):
I attended and passed your basic course in 2011. Due to a protracted illness, I was no longer able to pursue my studies at the LMU and am now enrolled at the FernUni Hagen - again, of course, for law. I still benefit from your excellent lectures and always enjoy listening to them. Thank you for making this available to everyone and, above all, thank you very much for your great work as a professor! I always proudly report to other students that I was allowed to sit in your lectures.
M.A. (20.11.2016, 20:30):
Thank you for making this possible for the external community as well. Great offer !
Nils Wilhelms (6.11.2016, 11:05):
I have a degree in IT, have been in the job for over 11 years and currently work at DekaBank in the IT department - so far I have had very little to do with law in my life. Since I have been dealing with the subject of “compliance” for some time, I wanted to get to know the legal way of thinking and came across your lectures at the LMU after various approaches. You have been my constant companion on my iPhone on the S-Bahn to and from work for over 70 double lessons on civil law. When I leave the house in the morning, I look forward to the podcast. In the meantime, my original (professional) motivation has also changed into a great personal interest in the subject of law. I wanted to take this opportunity to praise your lectures: You convey the subject - especially for non-lawyers - which is quite difficult, in a very clear, varied and practice-oriented manner. It is very important to me to thank you very much!
Philip (3.11.2016, 15:47):
Since the beginning of your studies, this homepage has been an ideal companion for your law studies! In addition to the classic lecture, the practice cases of the propaedeutic exercises in the law of obligations are more than recommended. Best regards from Würzburg. :-)
Paul (2.11.2016, 00:16):
Great opportunity. The material is conveyed so enthusiastically. Thank you very much!
Julia RGB (October 8th, 2016, 11:07 am):
Dear Prof. Lorenz, you have a thousand thanks for making your podcasts available, even for people who are not LMU students! If I had known more about your person and didactics, I might even have considered studying in Munich. A lot of professionals can take a thick slice of it. Unfortunately, you also notice what the professors have done or not done at their own university. Keep it up!! Best wishes
ölkjdklasdkjaslkj (September 23rd, 2016, 11:34 pm):
THOMAS MÜLLER IS THE KING BUT PROF LORENZ ISN'T FROM BAD PARENTS !!!!!!!!
Top! (20.9.2016, 11:47):
Thank you very much, Professor Lorenz, your podcast has really been a success. I think it's great how simple everything suddenly seems. The slides are clear and I usually copy them off because that's the best way to internalize them. Only then do I listen to the explanations and write down important things. Please keep it up! An enthusiastic student.
Peter Kunth (September 17th, 2016, 6:35 pm):
Thank you for your numerous judgment reviews / comments that are freely accessible online. We have already attached some as supplementary materials / attachments to the corresponding exams for the Frankfurt Jura term papers and exam collection.
Wiesenblümchen92 (August 31, 2016, 11:18 am):
Lorenz Bruder, 1st state examination NRW 2016 Z3 Case 1: A Books a flight ticket for MR in the online mask. "still unknown". See podcast repetition and in-depth knowledge of the law of obligations, episode 4 29.5 2013, slide 57 ff. Thank you for the years of free education also from NRW. I kiss your eyes.
Catie (June 17th, 2016, 12:51 pm):
Thank you very much for the best legal podcasts Mr. Lorenz !!!
Anonymous (July 16, 2016, 4:07 pm):
Dear Prof. Lorenz, your podcasts for IPR have once again given me a fully satisfactory exam. Thank you for making it possible to present all highly complex topics in a simplified and clear manner and, of course, always convey the vigor in Jura. You are the best!!!
Amelie G. (July 15th, 2016, 4:32 pm):
Dear Mr. Lorenz, thank you very much for the podcast. It is super understandable and structured. Great if you don't want to sit over a book, but want to learn by listening. Thanks!
Mario Schmidke (July 15, 2016, 12:55 am):
Great preparation of the decisions and a very good podcast.
Linda (July 12th, 2016, 9:30 pm):
Thank you very much, Prof. Lorenz !!! You are absolutely amazing.
Wolfgang (July 9th, 2016, 11:28 am):
I think the learning materials on the Stephan-Lorenz page are excellent from a technical and didactic point of view. The podcasts (and thus also the lectures) are very structured in terms of content. An initial overall repetition recalls the core problems. The facts are presented clearly and realistically. In the selection of supplementary examples, great care is taken to select examples, often combined with international legal comparisons. The slides are clear and fortunately do without distracting gimmicks. Their continuous structure facilitates structured learning. My didactic expression should make it clear that the learning materials presented here could also show, for example, in a pedagogical chair, how electronic communication works. The compilation of sources on case law makes the site interesting as an added bonus. In addition, it is a pleasure for me to listen to the lectures because I can feel the enthusiasm for law. I am sure that the spark will also spread to many students.
Amin (June 29th, 2016, 12:36 pm):
THANKS! - There is nothing more to say...
JO (June 29, 2016, 10:09 am):
Dear Mr. Lorenz, your lectures are great! Her ability to explain complex legal problems in a clear and understandable manner is second to none. Many a colleague can learn a thing or two here. Your textbooks, the PdW volumes, your essays and comments (especially on §§ 812 ff. In the Staudinger) have also helped me a lot. Likewise, the judgment database on your website is a treasure. Without you, I would never have got a double-digit result in my first exam. Thanks a lot for this! P.S. A lecture on civil procedural law would be great!
Elke G. (June 25th, 2016, 7:09 pm):
Dear Mr. Lorenz, your lecture is great! I am very grateful that you are taking the trouble to put the podcasts and the accompanying written documents on the Internet. This is really a huge help for my exam preparation, among other things. And I am busy promoting you to my fellow students!
Martin F. (24.5.2016, 07:47):
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the podcasts that I hear in the car on the way to work. Even if I am not a lawyer, you will help me to better understand some of the background to contract review and to communicate with our corporate lawyers in a more targeted manner.
Adrian Müller-Achenbach (27.4.2016, 00:20):
The podcasts are great, great fun and the learning effect couldn't be more sustainable! In terms of structural precision, holistic systematics, but also in-depth depth and sensitivity for complex civil law problems and nuances, the lectures by Prof. Dr. Lorenz cannot be outdone. Just great!
F.H. (4/14/2016, 2:37 pm):
Dear Prof. Dr. Lorenz, thank you for your extensive material! Every law student in Germany knows you, many learn from your podcasts, among other things - you shape a generation of lawyers! :-)
Christina S. (2.3.2016, 19:07):
I'm currently preparing for my exams and have studied and repeated over and over again with your podcasts. You have helped me a lot. Even complex things are explained better than in any textbook. It is really great that you provide this great learning service for free (!). I hope that other professors / universities will follow your example! Greetings from Augsburg
Boris Ol (2.3.2016, 16:07):
I am studying law in my 6th semester in Bonn and have only now discovered the guest book. I've been listening to your civil law podcasts since the first semester. They do by far the best lectures I've ever heard. None of my teachers at school, group leaders or professors at university even come close to you (except maybe Prof di Fabio). The most difficult things are explained in an uncomplicated way, but also in great detail. If you rework the podcasts with case scripts or textbooks, you have a perfect foundation and always have your voice in the back of your mind. Thank you for your outstanding online offer with the podcasts and the materials. Without you, I would probably never have looked through the BGB AT and the law of obligations and would not have become the Hengeler Mueller partner that I will be in 10 years! So now 2.5 years of gratitude have discharged here. Carry on like this, I wish you had a podcast for all law lectures, there had to be a Lorenz in StrafR and Public Law!
Leonard Schmitz (24.2.2016, 20:15):
The podcast offer is absolutely unique. Especially in exam preparation, it saves time, but with exactly the necessary and sufficient depth, to refresh well-known and to close existing gaps (be it a certain special SV, be it the review of general terms and conditions). The lectures are concise and convey what you "have to" be able to do, but also challenge you to question things; exactly what is important in the exam. A very big thank you from a Passau listener!
Maria Rüter (24.2.2016, 9:06):
Thank you Prof. Lorenz for making your fabulous lectures freely available to everyone on the internet. Just great! You can explain things so well, reduced to the bare essentials, in a funny and understandable way in 5 minutes that others cannot do in 2 SWS. Many greetings, Maria Rüter
Anonymous (17.2.2016, 11:27):
After 4 years of desperation and throwing (civil law) books on the walls, thanks to the discovery of the podcasts, I now have a reasonably good feeling for the exam in two months! Civil law has never been so understandable and entertaining. I doubt you know how much this is helping desperate students! Thank you, Prof. Lorenz (and colleagues). Best regards from Berlin
J.R. (4.2.2016, 12:33):
Continuez comme ça!
N.P. (3.2.2016, 14:29):
First of all, there is no comparably good offer for entry into civil law and the podcast means that every student can really repeat and learn to understand the material. Personally, my only regret is that I didn't discover the podcasts earlier. The lecture is presented in an entertaining way, enriched with humor and presented in a way that is easy to understand. The structure is didactically perfectly coordinated with one another. It is also used in exam preparation to repeat and refresh. Of course, you should take on deepening and hints independently. Finally, I would like to express my thanks. Prof. Dr.Lorenz is a very, very good professor who LMU is lucky to have. Furthermore, he is always open to questions regarding content and answers questions almost "immediately". With best regards from Berlin. N. P.
Axel Rudolph (2.2.2016, 07:24):
In these times, I look forward to the daily drive to the office and back, as I did in the past, to the bedtime story before going to sleep. It's Lorenz time with stories about inheritance law! Your lecture is not only excellent in terms of content but also extremely entertaining. At that time in Munich (1975) I heard from Prof. Andreas Heldrich, who unfortunately died early. You are in no way inferior to him! Please publish further lectures as podcasts - regardless of the legal field, I will make it my own. With best regards, A. Rudolph
H. M. (29.1.2016, 19:14):
Prof. Lorenz's lectures (podcasts) manage the difficult balancing act between imparting basic abstract knowledge and presenting current, exam-relevant cases. They are therefore ideally suited for independent exam preparation. Thank you for your commitment!
Tom Handelo (24.1.2016, 19:17):
Super podcast on the law of obligations AT episode 11! How they explain the lock of the 326 I 2 BGB in 5 minutes, just amazing! Read the textbook several times and never really understood it, and then you come. Thank you for being such a great professor. LG a freshman!
Michael Flotho (8.1.2016, 00:15):
The lectures you make available to everyone are top of the range! I use the didactically well-prepared podcasts for repetition and love them as a learning tool, as they convey knowledge in a way that is needed to develop or intensify a real understanding of the subject! With the opportunities you provide, you will be doing a great number of people in the world! Thanks for this, to recite and underline a previous entry, altruistic act! I wish you and your chair every success in the future, it should not be absent;) Kind regards, M. Flotho
Anonymous (14.12.2015, 15:31):
When I found out that you were my civil law professor in the first semester, my friends, some of whom are studying law in Passau, were jealous. It is recommended that you take a look at your podcast if you have any questions. Now I can understand that all too well. Your slides are super structured, everything is wonderfully understandable. If you actually can't get out of bed, you can acquire exactly the same material on the same day. Great how you do it. Please keep it up. Greetings, a new lawyer
Paul (8.12.2015, 16:42):
Hello Mr. Prof. Dr. Lorenz, have you ever thought about installing a comment function under the respective podcasts? It would sometimes be helpful to ask specific questions about a lecture. Thank you for your commitment to students who are not allowed to attend your lectures. Advent greetings
Max (8.12.2015, 15:15):
Thank you very much for the materials, Prof. Lorenz! You are a positive example of the spirit of innovation that lawyers all too often deny. Envious greetings from Tübingen.
Silvia Manuela Treike (12.11.2015, 20:30):
Their lectures and teaching is SUPER especially the Professoren AG. You understand civil law best. We especially want to praise Dominik Regelsberger because he makes the working group so great and explains everything very well.
Anonymous (5.11.2015, 16:40):
simply an excellent achievement! Brilliant!
Anonymous (5.11.2015, 16:35):
Thank you very much for the wonderful podcasts and the material. With you, learning is really fun and even promising. Keep up the good work, you are a great professor to listen to. Greetings from Tübingen
Martin (18.10.2015, 13:01):
I am a big fan of Professor Lorenz's podcast and have successfully prepared myself for the exam with it. I can only recommend everyone - especially in the law of obligations - to donate the money for a textbook (most of them are too superficial in my opinion and therefore unsuitable for exam preparation) and to use the materials of Professor Lorenz instead - then you are well prepared !
Daniel (7.9.2015, 13:34):
Great lecture! Class! Carry on like this! 10 out of 10 stars!
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Christian Conrad (6.8.2015, 19:41):
An absolute premium offer, especially valuable for me (LL.B distance student currently residing in South America). Many Thanks !
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