Anna-Bettina Kaiser holds a chair in Public Law and General Jurisprudence at the Law Faculty at Humboldt University Berlin. Previously, she was Professor (2014-2021) and Junior Professor (2010-2014) for Public Law at Humboldt University. She received her doctorate in 2007 and her habilitation in 2017, both from the University of Freiburg. Her habilitation thesis, “Ausnahmeverfassungsrecht” (The Emergency Constitution), was on the best non-fiction list of the German Newspaper DIE ZEIT in July/August 2020. She has been awarded several prizes, most recently with the Caroline von Humboldt Professorship by the Humboldt University (November 2022). Anna-Bettina Kaiser has been co-director of the Integrative Research Institute Law & Society since 2019 and co-spokesperson of the project “Laws of Social Cohesion”, funded by the Berlin University Alliance/German Excellence Initiative. Her areas of expertise include constitutional law (constitutions in times of crisis, freedom of speech), comparative constitutional law, constitutional theory, and the rule of law crisis.