is a research associate at the Collaborative Research Center 597 “Transformations of the State” at the University of Bremen. She is member of its research project “Political Autonomy in the EU Multi-level Legal System.” She received her First and Second State Exam in Bremen and has been trained in Germany and in the Netherlands. She has taught courses in law as well as in political science at the University of Bremen. She has actively advised environmental NGOs and other groups on issues of WTO and EU law. In addition, between 2009 and 2011 she has been one of the equal opportunity officers of the research center “Transformations of the State.”
Her research interests fall broadly in the field of international and European economic law and governance, environmental law in general as well as constitutional law. Her current work focuses on the coordination of environmental policy goals in trade law, especially in the field of procurement and subsidy law.