Sophie studied from 2011 until 2016 law at the University of Hamburg, where she majored in media law. During this time she worked at the chair of insurance law as a student assistant and at a school for children with special pedagogical needs. After successfully graduating Sophie moved to Berlin, where she started her PhD in criminal procedural law at the Humboldt University. She started her legal clerkship in Hamburg in August 2020 and has been working now for our chair since 2021.
In her free time Sophie likes to exchange textbooks for literature and hiking boots. When you don’t find her reading a book, she is walking her dog along the Elbe.
Charlotte studied law at the University of Hamburg, where she majored in ‘Labor Law with Relevance to Corporate Law’. While still a student she worked as a seminar leader at a chair of the economics and social science faculty at the University of Hamburg. After successfully completing her first state examination she was drawn to the practice of law. Charlotte initially worked for a boutique law firm specializing in employment law and has been working for our chair since the beginning of 2021. At the same time she is completing her legal clerkship at the Higher Regional Court of Hamburg with stations at the Labor Court, the Ministry of the Interior and Sports, and a renowned international law firm in Berlin.
In her spare time you can find her bouldering or running on one of Hamburg’s various running tracks.
Ingrid Michaela Dähne
Ingrid (preferably called Ela) studied law at the University of Regensburg (Bavaria) where she also worked at the dean’s office and at an educational center for law students. After successfully completing the first state examination she moved to Hamburg for her legal clerkship with stations at the municipal development bank ‘IFB Hamburg’ and our chair. In the time following her second state examination she worked for some time as a barista and then rejoined us at the chair.
In her freetime you can find her drinking too much coffee and reading one newspaper after another or trying new and fancy recipies for family and friends.
After passing the first state examination Paul spent three months traveling South and Central America before beginning his legal clerkship in Hamburg in August 2018. During the two-year clerkship, he was a stagiaire i.a. at the Federal Chancellery in Berlin, the Directorate General for Competition of the European Commission in Brussels, the antitrust department of a major international law firm in Hamburg, and the 13th Civil Law Senate of the Hanseatic Higher Regional Court. Before Paul joined us at the Chair, he worked for a boutique law firm in Berlin specializing in antitrust law, public procurement law, and foreign trade law. Paul conducts antitrust research on digital platform companies.
When he is neither here in Hamburg nor at home in Berlin, you can find him on his road bike or in the North Stand at HSV stadium.
From 2011 until 2015 Karsten studied at the University of Bayreuth ‘Philosophy and Economics’ (B.A.) with a special focus on political philosophy and institutional economics. After receiving his Bachelor degree he absolved the ‘European Master Program in Law and Economics’ (LL.M.) at the University of Hamburg. In doing so, Karsten extended his knowledge on the economic analysis of law and also studied for a trimester at the University of Haifa (Israel), where he also got involved in the behavioral analysis of law. Following his Master degree Karsten joined the graduate school on ‘The economic analysis of the internationalization of the law’ at the Institut für Recht und Wirtschaft in Hamburg. At our chair he uses these insights to analyze antirust issues with an international dimension.
In his spare time Karsten is an enthusiastic triathlete and spends (in his own words) „too much time“ on twitter.
Campus Nord (Rentenversicherung)
Friedrich-Ebert-Damm 245 (entry at Charlie-Mills-Straße)
Letzte Änderung: 10. December 2021