Key activities

Research interests

  • Legal history
  • Roman Law
  • Reception of Roman Law in the Middle Ages

Project affiliation

  • Research Unit „Resilience“, Project 5 “Reception of Law and Resilience. The Law of Credit in the Ius Commune”

Current projects

  • Dissertation project: „Rechtsrezeption und Resilienz. Das Kreditrecht des Ius Commune“ (Reception of Roman Law and Resilience. The Law of Credit in the Ius Commune [working title], supervisor: Prof. Dr. Thomas Rüfner

University Education

10/2010-01/2016 Law, Universität Trier
10/2010-07/2013 Specialized foreign language training, English
10/2010-07/2012 Specialized foreign language training, Japanese

Academic Degree

01/2016 Ref. Iur.: First State Exam

Work Experience

since 06/2016 Researcher, Research Unit 2539 “Resilience. Phases of Societal Upheaval in Dialogue between Medieval Studies and Sociology”, Project 5 “Reception of Law and Resilience. The Law of Credit in the Ius Commune”, Project Director: Prof. Dr. Thomas Rüfner
since 10/2016 Equal Opportunities Commissioner, Faculty of law, Universität Trier
since 10/2016 Lecturer, Metz University
02/2016-06/2016 Research Assistant, Civil Law, Roman Law, Newer History of Private Law and German and International Civil Procedure Law, Universität Trier (Prof. Dr. Thomas Rüfner)
05/2012-01/2016 Student Assistant, Civil Law, Roman Law, Newer History of Private Law and German and International Civil Procedure Law, Universität Trier (Prof. Dr. Thomas Rüfner)
2011, 2015 Internships, Heussen Law Stuttgart, Eversheds Lina & Guia Bukarest, Finanzamt Trier, Landgericht Trier

Membership

since 2016 Law ALUMNI Trier
since 2013 ELSA Trier (European Law Students Association)

Awards

02/2014 National Competition Jessup Mootcourt: "Best Oralist Runner Up Award",  (Distinction second place for presenter)
07/2013 19th International Negotiation Competition: Distinction "Best Team"
04/2012 5th International Roman Law Mootcourt:  Distinction "Best Team", "Best Oralist Award"