Short CV/Education and training

  • 2000 – 2006
    Studied law

  • 2006
    First State Exam in Law

  • 2011
    Doctorate

  • 2010 – 2012
    Judicial Service Training (Referendariat)

  • 2012
    Second State Exam in law

  • 2013
    Master of Laws (LL.M.), UC Berkeley Law School

Selected publications

  • Progressive Inklusion: Zugehörigkeit und Teilhabe im Migrationsrecht, Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer, (Beiträge zum ausländischen öffentlichen Recht und Völkerrecht, 2014) – Progressive Inclusion: migrant citizenship and transnational migration in Germany

  • Solidarität und Inklusion: Umstrittene Dimensionen der Unionsbürgerschaft, DÖV Heft 2, 2016 – on solidarity and inclusion as controversial dimensions of European Citizenship

  • Das Bundesverfassungsgericht, in: A. von Bogdandy/P.M. Huber/C. Grabenwarter (eds.), Ius Publicum Europaeum, vol. 6, 2016, § 97 – on the history, competences and functioning of the German Federal Constitutional Court

  • Enhancing Constitutional Justice by Using External References: The European Court of Human Rights’ Jurisprudence on the Protection Against Expulsion, Leiden Journal of International Law (2015) 28, pp. 303–322

  • Lost in Transnationalism: Transnationale Familien als Herausforderung für das nationale Aufenthaltsrecht, ZAR (2) 2014, pp. 60-68 – on transnational family migration as a challenge for national immigration law

  • Empowerment und Zuordnung im Migrationsrecht: Das Prinzip der progressiven Inklusion, 52 Der Staat 2013, pp. 187–218 – on empowerment and transnational migration in German migration law

  • “We want you! But…” Recruiting Migrants and Encouraging Transnational Migration Through Progressive Inclusion, European Law Journal (ELJ), 15/6, 2009, pp. 700–718

  • The Exclusiveness of Inclusion: On the Boundaries of Human Rights in Protecting Transnational and Second-Generation Migrants, European Journal of Migration and Law (EJML), 11/2009, pp. 253–269



Complete list of publications

Membership in scientific bodies/juries

  • Member of the German Young Academy of Science (Junge Akademie)

  • Member of the German Immigration Council (Rat für Migration)

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