Prof. Harald Geiger
Honorary Professor at TUM since 2012
Professor Geiger completed his high school education in 1968 at Finsterwalder Gymnasium in Rosenheim/Germany. He then went on to study law at LMU Munich from 1970 to 1975. He passed the first state examination in 1975 and the second state examination in 1978. In 1978 Professor Geiger joined the Bavarian Civil Service where he worked as a civil servant and judge of the Administrative Court of Munich and of the Higher Administrative Court of Bavaria. Professor Geiger has been president of the Administrative Court of Munich since 2004. In 2005 he accepted a teaching assignment in public law (jurisprudence) in the Department of Forest Science und Resource Management at TUM. In addition to his responsibilities as a judge, Professor Geiger has also been involved in the training of lawyers. He is currently on the panel of examiners for the second state examination.
He is the author of several textbooks and papers in law journals and is a member of an expert group on driver's licenses, a group within the German Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt).
- President of the Administrative Court of Munich (2004-2014)
- President of the Administrative Court of Augsburg (2001-2004)
- Vice president of the Administrative Court of Munich (1994-2000)
- Judge of the Higher Administrative Court of Bavaria (1987-1994)
- Judge of the Administrative Court of Munich (1985-1987)