Jan-Marco Luczak (born 2 October 1975) is a German lawyer and a politician (CDU). He represents the Tempelhof-Schoneberg constituency at the Bundestag.
Luczak was born in West Berlin (Germany) on 2 October 1975. He attended the secondary school Ulrich-von-Hutten-Gymnasium in Tempelhof and passed his Abitur in 1995, after which he served the general conscription in the Bundeswehr.
Moreover, Luczak began to study law at the Free University of Berlin. After his first Staatsexamen, Luczak worked for an international law firm. On a scholarship program of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, he received the doctoral degree, Doctor of Laws, at Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich. His dissertation ( „Die Europaische Wirtschaftsverfassung als Legitimationselement europaischer Integration“ ; translated: The European economic constitution as the legitimated element of European Integration ) was supervised by Rupert Scholz, a former German Minister of Defence. He passed the second Staatsexamen in 2008.
Since 2008, Luczak has been working as a lawyer for law firm Hengeler Mueller in Berlin.
Since 1998, Luczak has been a member of the Christian Democratic Union of Germany (CDU). He held several different offices, including treasurer and regional chairman of the youth organization “Young Union” of the Christian Democrats. Furthermore, Luczak has been elected for chairman of the local CDU in Berlin-Lichtenrade in 2006. He has been the deputy chairman of the regional CDU in district Tempelhof-Schoneberg since 2007.
Member of the German Bundestag, 2009–present
In the 2009 federal elections, Luczak ran for the direct Membership of Parliament (MP) in his electoral district Tempelhof-Schoneberg of Berlin.
He won his electoral district with 32,4% (54.925 votes) of direct votes after 15 years for the CDU. In the elections of 2013 he defended his mandate with 35% (60.926 votes).
As a member of the Committee on Legal Affairs, the Sub-Committee on European Law and as an alternate member of the Committee on Internal Affairs, the majority of his work focuses on legal affairs and economic policy. Since 2014, he has been deputy chairman of the Committee on Legal Affairs. In addition, he has been serving on the Committee on the Election of Judges (Wahlausschuss ), which is in charge of appointing judges to the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany.
Within the parliament Luczak is additionally a member of the German Parliamentary Society. He is also a member of the German-French, the German-Polish and the German-American Parliamentary Friendship Groups.