Private Law, Corporate Law, Banking Regulation, Legal Theory, Constitutional Private Law, Law & Tech
Studied law at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (LMU) (First State Exam, 2016), at University Paris II/Panthéon-Assas in Paris (Licence, 2013 & Maîtrise, 2017) and at Yale Law School in New Haven (LL.M., 2019); studied philosophy at LMU and at École normale supérieure (ENS) in Paris.
Legal Traineeship (Referendariat, Second State Exam, 2018) at Appellate Court of Munich and at German Embassy in Teheran; N.Y. Bar Exam (2019).
Since 2011 Student Assistant, since 2016 Research Associate, since 2019 Ph.D. Candidate of Professor Grigoleit (LMU); since 2016 Lecturer at LMU and member of interdisciplinary research initiative LexAlyze; since 2019 Research Associate at Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance, Department of Business and Tax Law of Professor Schön; since 2019 Resident Fellow, since 2020 Visiting Fellow of the Information Society Project of Yale Law School.
Prize of Excellence by Franco-German University (2013), Titre de Lauréat for Licence & Maîtrise (each 2014), Distinction by Bavarian Ministry of Justice for Legal State Exams (2016 & 2018).
Maximilianeum Foundation (2009–2016), Max-Weber-Program (2009–2016), German Scholars Foundation & ERP (Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes, 2010 – 2016, 2018/19), DAAD (2012–2014, 2018/19), Hasemann Scholarship (2018/19).
English version: Ambivalence of Obviousness – Remarks to the Decision of the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany of May 5, 2020, European Public Law 2021, forthcoming.
Summary: Oxford Business Law Blog, 25.05.2020