Ph.d. student, subproject A04 – Collective Security
|since 04/2014||Ph.d. candidate in the interdisciplinary research network SFB/TRR 138 „Dynamics of Security”, subproject A04
Her doctoral thesis analyses the emergence of rules on interventions and the use of force within the new order of the post-Napoleonic era. In her dissertation, she especially focuses on the British perspective of the so-called European Concert and the British influences on the emergence of norms of public international law between 1812 and 1822. Her dissertation is overseen by Professor Dr. Thilo Marauhn.
|since 02/ 2014||Research Assistant at the Department of Public and International Law. Established a now fully accredited LL.M. programme on International Law at the Law Department of Justus Liebig University Giessen with Prof. Dr. Thilo Marauhn. Fundemantal Rights tutor.|
|2012||Associate at law firm esb Rechtsanwälte, Dresden, working with international clients.|
|2010 - 2012||Legal pupillage at Dresden High Court (Oberlandesgericht) with traineeships at Ministerial Department of the State of Saxony for Science and the Arts and at the Arts Law Centre of Australia in Sydney, among others. Alongside her legal pupillage she worked for Dr. Axel Bauer (Lexpert, ex White & Case) and Dresden-based law firm esb Rechtsanwälte. Upon successful completion of her second state exam she became a fully qualified lawyer in 2012.|
|2010||Graduation from law school, first state exam.|
|until 2010||Law studies at Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany, and Université Montpellier I, France. Student assistant at the department of Public Law and International Law (Prof. Dr. Thilo Marauhn) from 2005 to 2008.|
- British Institute of International and Comparative Law
- European Society of International Law
- Scholarship by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) for participation in a summer course by Southwestern Law School, Los Angeles, held at London in 2008.
- CALI Certificate of Excellence for achievements in International Art Law in 2008.