Stefanie Hagemeier studied Law at Hamburg University. Her research interest lies with public media and communication law, which she already focused on during her studies at university. In this context she contributed to the development of a broadcasting constitution script at the faculty of public law, media and telecommunication law led by Prof. Dr. Hans-Heinrich Trute towards the end of 2008. Following this, she completed internships and auxiliary activities related to her subject area at Hamburg solicitors’ offices Unverzagt•von Have as well as Schulenberg & Schenk, and further at the PR agency Schoeller & von Rehlingen Public Relations Hamburg. Since 2010 she has been a member of the Hamburg Initiative for Media, IT and Telecommunication Hamburg@Work e.V.
From March 2011 until February 2013 Stefanie Hagemeier has been a junior researcher at the Hans Bredow Institute. In her Ph.D. project she focuses on the constitutional structuring of national film subsidy considering the scope of state regulation.
Schulz, W.; Dreyer, S.; Hagemeier, S. (2011): Machtverschiebung in der öffentlichen Kommunikation [Power Shift in Public Communication]. Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Politische Akademie, Medienpolitik. Bonn. Electronic ed. (pdf, German)
Hagemeier, S. (2011): Das Google WLAN-Scanning aus straf- und datenschutzrechtlicher Sicht [Google's WiFi-Scanning from a criminal and data protection perspective]. In: HRRS 2/2011, pp. 72-79.