Born in Berlin in 1991. Studied law in Hamburg and Washington, D.C. First state examination in 2015, second state examination in 2022. Legal clerkship with stations at the Administrative Court of Hamburg, at an international business law firm, and at the Federal Foreign Office headquarters, among others.
From 2016 until 2019, research assistant for Public Law, Public International and European Law at Bucerius Law School.
Joined the firm in 2022.
Advising and representing companies and institutions in structuring processes and business models in compliance with data protection laws; representing companies in proceedings before data protection supervisory authorities; advising and accompanying federal and state authorities in the context of administrative digitalization; advising companies and the public sector in various areas of public commercial law.