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New PhD Students at the Institute

New PhD Students at the Institute

Amélie Pia Heldt and Anne-Kristin Polster are supporting the institute's legal scientific field since April / May and are also writing their doctoral thesis this area. Amélie Heldt studied French and German law at the Universities of Paris Ouest Nanterre and Potsdam, completed an additional degree in design thinking at the Hasso Plattner Institute and worked in the legal department of a market-leading music label. Her judicial office led her, among others, To Cambodia. Anne-Kristin Polster studied legal science with an emphasis on intellectual property law at the Humboldt University of Berlin and was already working for a Potsdam media company during his studies.


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