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Biografie 

Über mich

Geboren am 21. Januar 1971 in Mölln; verheiratet, 2 Kinder.

1981 bis 1991 Freiherr-von-Stein-Schule in Frankfurt am Main; 1989 Highschool-Abschluss Moorhead, Minnesota, USA, 1991 bis 1992 Zivildienst in der Bahnhofsmission Frankfurt am Main; 1993 bis 1998 Jurastudium in Heidelberg und erstes Staatsexamen; anschließend Dissertation im Evangelischen Kirchenrecht; 2001 bis 2004 Referendariat und zweites Staatsexamen; seit 2004 Rechtsanwalt.

Seit 1995 Mitglied bei Bündnis 90/Die Grünen; seit 2004 Mitglied in der Möllner Stadtvertretung; seit Juni 2013 3. stellvertretender Bürgermeister der Stadt Mölln; seit 2002 Direktkandidat für Bündnis 90/Die Grünen im Wahlkreis 10; 2009, 2013 und 2017 Spitzenkandidat von Bündnis 90/Die Grünen Schleswig-Holstein für die Bundestagswahlen.

Mitglied des Bundestages; seit 2009 Mitglied im Innenausschuss, seit 2013 stellvertretender Fraktionsvorsitzender; seit 2021 Vorsitzender des Parlamentarischen Kontrollgremiums. In der 20. Wahlperiode ordentliches Mitglied im Ausschuss für Inneres und Heimat und im Gemeinsamen Ausschuss von Bundesrat und Bundestag (Art. 53a GG) sowie stellvertretendes Mitglied im Ausschuss für Digitales und im Rechtsausschuss.

2009 bis 2013 innenpolitischer Sprecher der Fraktion Bündnis 90/Die Grünen; 2009 bis 2017 netzpolitischer Sprecher der Fraktion Bündnis 90/Die Grünen; 2017 bis 2021 Beauftragter der Fraktion Bündnis 90/Die Grünen für Religion und Weltanschauungen.

2009 bis 2013 Obmann in der Enquete-Kommission „Internet und Digitale Gesellschaft“, 2013 bis 2017 Vorsitzender des 1. Untersuchungsausschusses der 18. Wahlperiode „NSA“ und Obmann im Ausschuss Digitale Agenda, 2017 bis 2021 stellvertretendes Mitglied im 1. Untersuchungsausschuss der 19. Wahlperiode „Berliner Breitscheidplatz“ und stellvertretender Vorsitzender des Parlamentarischen Kontrollgremiums. 

  

ABOUT ME

My name is Konstantin von Notz (born 21st January 1971 in Mölln) and I am a German lawyer and politician (Bündnis 90/Die Grünen). As of 2009 I am a member of the German Bundestag.

In the 19th legislative period (election 2017) I was voted vice chairman along with the election of the spokesman for religion and ideology. Now I am a member in the  Parliamentary Oversight Panel. Also, I am continuing my work as a member of the  Committee on Internal Affairs and Community since 2009. Besides this I am working in several other panels in this election period.

In the 18th legislative period in 2013 was given a safe seat through the second place on the regional list in Schleswig-Holstein. In this legislative period, I was voted for vice chairman and coordinator of working group 3 (civil rights and democracy, legal and social policy), along with the reelection for spokesman of internet policy in my parliamentary faction. I was also representing my party as spokesman of the 1. Committee of inquiry for NSA surveillance. I was once again full member in the internal affairs committee of the German Bundestag, as well as chairman of the committee of inquiry concerning the NSA and for “Digitale Agenda”. Furthermore, I was deputy member in the committees for legal affairs and consumer protection, along with the electoral committee.

In February of 2013 in context of the “Parlamentarians protect Parlamentarians“ program of the committee for human rights and humanitarian aid in the German Bundestag, I took over the sponsorship for Cuban dissenter Antonio Rodiles.My brother Börries von Notz is an attorney as well and was the managing director of the Jewish museum in Berlin from 2008 till 2013 and subsequently acts as the leading director of the foundation “Historische Museen Hamburg”.

In 2009 I was first elected as a member of the 17th German Bundestag.

During my first legislative period in the Bundestag I assumed the position of spokesman for internal affairs and internet policy for the group Bündnis90/Die Grünen in the German Bundestag. Also, I acted as chairman for the parliamentary group Bündnis 90/die Grünen in the enquete commission “Internet and digital society”. I was also deputy member on the committee on legal affairs and on the subcommittee “new media” while representing the parliamentary group Bündnis 90/Die Grünen on the committee in accordance with § 23c paragraph/subparagraph 8 of the German customs investigation service act and on the committee for information and communication technology, a subcommittee of the Council of Elders in the German Bundestag.

Up to my entry in the German Bundestag I worked as an attorney in my hometown Mölln. From 2001 to 2004, I also operated as legal intern at the district court in Lübeck.

Since 1995 I am a member of the green party Bündnis 90/Die Grünen, first in Heidelberg and as of 2004 in the district association Herzogtum Lauenburg. In the same year I started representing my party in the city council of Mölln and one year later I was elected for the party council of Schleswig-Holstein.

From 1993 onwards I studied law at the Ruprecht-Karls-Universität in Heidelberg where I completed my first law examination in 1998 and my second in 2004. I pursued my academic career in 2002 with a dissertation addressing the obligatory conduct of life in evangelic church law.

From 1991 to 1992 I have done my community service (Zivildienst) in the railway mission (Bahnhofsmission) at Frankfurt central station.

I grew up in Hamburg and Frankfurt am Main, where I attended the Freiherr-vom-Stein-Schule from 1981 to 1991, concluding in passing my A-levels.

I was born on the 21st of January in 1971 in Mölln, Germany.