Studied law, French and history in Mainz and Hanover. Legal training in Hamburg and Brussels. 2009 first State examination, 2017 second State examination. 2009‐2012 research assistant at the department of Public Law, European Law and Legal Philosophy as well as lecturer at Leibniz University Hanover. 2012‐2013 graduate studies at Cambridge University (Magdalene College), LL.M. (first class honours). 2020 doctoral degree with Prof. Dr Ulrich Haltern, LL.M. (Yale).
Joined the firm in 2017.
Member of the German Women Lawyers Association and the German Cambridge Society.
Acting as counsel in a proceeding involving an importer of pharmaceuticals before national courts and the European Court of Justice in complaint procedures relating to parallel imports within the EU (case: C 681/16); legal advice for an enterprise from the chemicals and pharmaceuticals sector in a complaint procedure before the EU Commission involving the common value‑added tax system and the free movement of capital.
Published on EU law, German public law and public international law. Co‐author in Säcker/Karpenstein/Ludwigs, Münchener Kommentar zum Wettbewerbsrecht, Vol. 5: Beihilfenrecht, 4th edition 2022 (AGVO).
German, English, French