Welcome to the LBI-GMR, Camilla!
The programme line “NEWS” is getting a new researcher: Camilla Haake.
Camilla Haake is a German lawyer and studied law at the Universities of Konstanz and Trier as well as at the Université d’Auvergne in Clermont-Ferrand, France, with a focus on general international law.
After her first state examination, she was awarded a doctorate with a thesis on “Technology – Law – Space: Cyberspace as a special kind of legal space. An analysis of the relationship between international law and technology”. Camilla completed her legal traineeship, which she spent in Trier, Speyer, Frankfurt and Bremen as well as at the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Fundamental and Human Rights (LBI-GMR), with the Second State Examination. Shethen worked as a lawyer in the area of banking and capital markets law at the Munich office of a major American law firm.
Camilla’s interests lie in particular in general international law or international law theory, in how international law deals with global (not least human rights) disasters such as climate change as well as in technology law.
At the LBI-GMR, Camilla is working as a researcher in the newly created programme line “Sustainability, Development, Business, Social” and looks forward to working on interesting human rights projects, among others with an environmental and sustainability-specific focus.