- Matt/Renzikowski, Commentary on the German Penal Code (StGB), published by C.H.Beck/Vahlen, 1st edition 2012, 2nd edition 2020.
- Goltdammer’s Criminal Law Archive, established 1853, published by R.V. Decker,
Heidelberg until 2015.
- Journal of European Criminal Law, established 2006, published by Sage London.
- ZHW Commercial Criminal Law and Corporate Liability, established 2010.
- Causality from freedom – Fundamental legal and philosophical principles of the effect of
actions and omissions in (criminal) law, published by Nomos, Baden-Baden 1994, 226 pages; also Saarbrücken dissertation.
- Criminal Law General Part I (Text/study book), published by C.H. Beck, Munich 1996, 295 pages.
- Löwe-Rosenberg, Commentary, Articles 304 – 311a, 25th, 26th edition, 27th edition in preparation, published by Walter de
Gruyter, Berlin 2003, 118 pages.
- Munich lawyers’ criminal defence handbook Volume I (on mutual agreement; co-authors
Alexander Ignor and Hans-Joachim Stopp), published by C.H. Beck Munich 2006, pages 619 to 650.
- Matt/Renzikowski, Commentary on the German Penal Code (StGB), Article 266 (Abuse of trust), Article 266a (Non-payment and misuse of wages and salaries), Article 356 (Violating the attorney-client relationships), publisher C.H. Beck Munich, 2009/2010, not yet published.
University lecture notes
- Hohmann/Matt, Criminal law general section/special section – Recurrence and
reinforcement, 1st and 2nd editions, Work group lecture notes, Saarland University,
Saarbrücken 1993, 320 pages.
- Hohmann/Matt, Offending frequency and risk of reoffending within the meaning of Article 112a I Nr. 2, NStZ 1989, 211-212.
- Hohmann/Matt, Murder criterion in covering up another offence, JA 1989, 134-138.
- Hohmann/Matt, Comments on judgments: “Law on self-defence when provoked by an
assault”, JR 1989, 161-162.
- Hohmann/Matt, Responsibility for and following a traffic accident that results in a fatality, Jura 1990, 544-552.
- Matt, Issues of complaints against an order for arrest and application for a remand review, JA 1991, 85-94.
- Matt, Further appeals under Article 304, 310, NJW 1991, 181-183.
- Matt, The counter-response in criminal proceedings, MDR 1992, 820-826.
- Matt, Conference of the German section of the International Association for the Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (IVR), ARSP 1992, 120-128.
- Hohmann/Matt, Recurrence and reinforcement in criminal law, general section/special section, event report, NjuS 1992, Book 7, 25-28.
- Hohmann/Matt, The practical case “The provocateur taken for a ride”, JuS 1993, 131-136.
- Hohmann/Matt, Recurrence and reinforcement in criminal law, general section/special section pilot project, JuS 1993, IX-X.
- Hohmann/Matt, Is criminal liability of self-harm unconstitutional? – BGH NJW 1992, 2975, JuS 1993, 370-374.
- Matt, Personal responsibility and subjective right in the right to self-defence, NStZ 1993,
- Matt, Pressure on the ivory tower, Stud-Jur 1993, 10-12.
- Hohmann/Matt, Philosophy of law and other basic topics of jurisprudence, JuS 1993, Book 7, IX-XII.
- Hohmann/Matt, Drugs and unconstitutionality, new criminal policy 1994, 40-45.
- Matt/Saliger, Decriminalisation of attempted breach of trust – On the correctness of this
decision by legislators and its dogmatic consequences, Institute of Criminal Sciences and Philosophy of Law Frankfurt a.M. (publ.): Aberrations in penal legislation, 1999, 217-240.
- Jahn/Matt, Criminal defence in university education, Jura 2000, 390-391.
- Ignor/Matt, Integration and openness in criminal proceedings, StV 2002, 102-109.
- Matt, Money laundering through a criminal defence lawyer’s acceptance of fees, discussion of the Federal Supreme Court judgment of 04.07.2001, Az. 2 StR 513/00, GA 2002, 137-152.
- Matt, Criminal defence fees and money laundering, Hanack/Hilger/Mehle/Widmaier (publ.):
commemorative publication for Peter Rieß, Berlin/New York 2002, 739-770.
- Kempf/Kirsch/Matt, Report on the establishment of an international legal representation at the International Criminal Court, NJW 2002.
- Matt, Issues in preliminary proceedings, Barton/Jost (publ.): Guidance for lawyers studying jurisprudence, Bielefeld series on case law and notarial law, Volume 8, 2002, 359-365.
- Kempf/Matt, Report on the ICB (International Criminal Bar), NJW 2003, Book 44, XII.
- Matt, The European arrest warrant in Germany, European Lawyer, 2004.
- Matt, Constitution limitations of the criminal prosecution of defence lawyers, JR 2004, 321- 328.
- Matt, Misconceptions about breaches of trust – An observation too on the relationship
between (criminal) law and ethics, NJW 2005, 389-392.
- Matt, Basic European procedural rights in criminal proceedings, European Bar Association (publ.): The right to a fair trial under Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights, DACH series, Volume 21, 2005, 15-27.
- Matt, Limits of allowable defence and guidelines on exercising the profession, Soyer (publ.): Criminal defence – Striving for fairness, 3rd Conference of Austrian defence lawyers Graz, 11/12 March 2005, Vienna/Graz 2005, 158-163.
- Matt, Nemo tenetur se ipsum accusare – European perspectives,
Wolter/Pötz/Küper/Hettinger (publ.): commemorative publication for Claus Roxin on his 75th birthday, Goltdammer‘s Criminal Law Archive for Book 5/2006, 323-328.
- Bateman/Matt, Legislative and judicial developments in Europe. EU rules on exchange of information, Journal of European Criminal Law 2006, 53-58.
- Matt, Comment on the green paper on conflicts of jurisdiction and the principle of ne bis in idem in criminal proceedings. Com (2005) 696 final, Journal of European Criminal Law 2006, 59-60.
- Matt/Vogel, Plea agreements in criminal proceedings: An alternative suggestion for a
legislative provision, Beulke/Müller (publ.): commemorative publication honouring the
Criminal Law Committee of the German Federal Bar, Neuwied 2006, 391-404.
- Matt, A new instrument to restrict freedom in Europe? The proposal for a Council Framework Decision on the European supervision order in pre-trial procedures between member states of the EU – A Commentary, Journal of European Criminal Law 2007, 45-47.
- Vogel/Matt, Common standards for criminal proceedings in the European Union, Defence
Lawyers 2007, 206-214.
- Matt, The defender’s constitutional autonomous right to refuse to give evidence and the corresponding prohibition of seizure, commemorative publication for Gunter Widmaier 2008, published by Carl Heymann, p. 851-868.
- Rainer Hamm/Ingram Lohberger (publ.), Beck‘s form book for defence lawyers, 4th edition,NJW 2003, 2439-2440.
- Gerhard Schäfer, Sentencing practice, GA 2003, 409-410.
- Heinz-Bernd Wabnitz/Thomas Janovsky (publ.), Commercial and tax law handbook, 2nd edition, NJW 2005, 874.
- Klaus Tiedemann (publ.), Commercial law in the European Union, GA 2005, 253-255.
- Annette Marberth-Kubicki, Criminal law relating to computers and the internet, NJW 2006, 1779.
- Urs Kindhäuser/Ulfrid Neumann/Hans-Ulrich Paeffgen, 2nd edition, Nomos commentary on the Criminal Code, NJW 2006, 3336. Talks – Selection
- Volition or arbitrariness – The concept of freedom in Kant’s theory of law, conference on “Kant’s philosophy of law in the dispute between lawyers and philosophers”, 14 March to 16 March 1994, Gießen.
- New developments concerning money laundering, conference of European Criminal Bar Association, 30 April/1 May 1999, Rome.
- Lawyers and money laundering, event held by the Frankfurt am Main Bar Association, 3 May 2000, Frankfurt am Main.
- Criminal risks for lawyers through rules on money laundering, press seminar by the
Frankfurt am Main Bar Association, 23 May 2000, Frankfurt am Main.
- Extradition of a citizen of one’s own country, Conference of the European Criminal Bar
Association, 18 May/19 May 2001, The Hague; with Dr. Kai Hart-Hönig.
- Forfeiture of assets, expert hearing at the Federal Constitutional Court, 20 November 2001, Karlsruhe.
- “Prosecution” working group, Hessian Ministry of Justice, 2001/2002, Wiesbaden.
- Does Europe need a European public prosecutor? – A review of the EC green paper, conference of the European Criminal Bar Association, 30 May to 2 June 2002, Athens; with Dr. Kai Hart-Hönig.
- Procedural safeguards for suspects and defendants in criminal proceedings through the European Union, Conference of the European Criminal Bar Association, 2 May/3 May 2003, Dublin.
- Security interests versus privacy? Development of telecommunication surveillance, Deutsche Telekom/Telefonseelsorge conference, 16 October 2003, Berlin.
- Elaboration of essential defence rights,
conference of the European Criminal Bar Association, 30 April to 2 May 2004, Paris; with Prof. Taru Spronken.
- Current constitutional questions on criminal proceedings, North Sea Meeting of German
Defence Lawyers e.V., 2 July/3 July 2004, Varel.
- Draft framework decision on certain procedural rights in criminal cases. The ECBA Perspective, conference of the European Criminal Bar Association, 8 October/9 October 2004, Maastricht.
- Green paper on mutual recognition of non-custodial pre-trial supervision measures,
expert hearing of the European Commission, 4 November/5 November 2004, Brussels.
- Instruments for lifting language barriers in intercultural legal proceedings, conference of the European Commission among others, 18 November to 21 November 2004, The Hague.
- Limits of allowable defence and guidelines on exercising the profession, 3rd Austrian
Defence Lawyers Conference, 11 March/12 March 2005, Graz.
- Non-custodial pre-trial supervision measures in the EU, conference of the European Criminal Bar Association, 29 April to 1 May 2005, Lisbon.
- European criminal law ombudsman,
conference of the European Criminal Bar Association, 29 September to 2 October 2005, Vienna.
- Problems of preliminary proceedings in matters of commercial law, lecture at the Bucerius Law School, 7 March 2006, Hamburg.
- Creation of a “European Criminal Law Ombudsman”, (moderation) seminar ECBA/CCBE/ERA, 7 April 2006, Trier.
- New initiatives from the European Commission including the green paper on the presumption of innocence,
ECBA spring conference, 28 April/29 April 2006, Edinburgh.
- Minimum standards in pre-trial detention procedures etc., expert meeting of the European Commission, 9 June 2006, Brussels.
- Presumption of innocence and fairness in gathering and handling of evidence in criminal proceedings, expert meeting of the European Commission, 17 July/18 July 2006, Brussels.
- Criminal procedural laws in the European Union, (moderation) German Federal Bar, 24 January 2007, Brussels.
- People’s dignity is sacrosanct – legal consequences for important defence rights in Germany and Europe, inaugural lecture, Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, 26 January 2007, Frankfurt am Main.
- Procedural law in criminal proceedings – Common standards in the EU, international
symposium of the Federal Ministry of Justice and the European Law Academy, 20/21
February 2007, Berlin.
- Supervision order and probation order – the ECBA’s view, spring conference of the European Criminal Bar Association, 27 April/28 April 2007, Potsdam.
- Procedural safeguards in the EU, European Law Academy, 6 July 2007, Trier.
- People’s dignity is sacrosanct – Criminal procedural law and human dignity in Europe, talk at the Dreieich-Isenburg Rotary Club, 6 August 2007
- Schengen limitless freedom– limitless criminality? Law enforcement in the United Europe, podium discussion, Institute of Criminal Sciences, Göttingen, 5 May 2008
- Professional secrecy and in absentia trials: ethical dilemmas and practical solutions for
criminal defence lawyers, moderation of a podium discussion, 26 April 2008, Amsterdam. Speaking engagements for the training of lawyers / lawyers specialising in criminal law (listed from May 2006 onwards)
- Zorn seminars, specialist course on criminal law, including professional law, defence in
preliminary proceedings, compulsory measures, Dresden, 4/5 May 2006.
- DAV criminal law working group, “Compulsory measures in criminal proceedings”, Bremen, 6 May 2006.
- Zorn seminars, specialist course on criminal law, including professional law, defence in
preliminary proceedings, compulsory measures, Dortmund, 17/18 August 2006.
- German Lawyers Academy, 27th specialist course on criminal law, international criminal defence, Aschheim-Dornach (Munich), 17 March 2007.
- DAV criminal law working group, “Compulsory measures in criminal proceedings”, Frankfurt am Main, 31 March 2007.
- German Lawyers Academy, 28th specialist course on criminal law, international criminal defence, Leipzig, 30 June 2007.
- German Lawyers Academy, 29th specialist course on criminal law, international criminal defence, Düsseldorf, 24 November 2007.