JProf. Dr. Anne Lauber-Rönsberg

JProf. Dr. Anne Lauber-Rönsberg studied at the universities of Passau, Lausanne and Heidelberg (first state law exam) and at the University of Edinburgh (LL.M.). After a traineeship in Berlin with positions including at the European Commission in Brussels as well as with a law firm specialising in intellectual property related legal matters and completing the second state law exam, she was a research assistant at the Institute for Intellectual Property, Competition and Media Law of the Dresden Technical University. In 2011 she completed her doctorate with a comparative law related dissertation on copyright law which was awarded the VG Wort Heinrich-Hubmann Prize. She has been a junior professor of civil law, intellectual property law, particularly copyright law, as well as media and data protection law at the Faculty of Law of the Dresden Technical University since 2015. Her areas of specialisation in research include copyright law and freedom of expression law as well as the legal data protection framework conditions which apply to media and internet intermediaries. JProf. Dr. Anne Lauber-Rönsberg has been a board member of the Central-East district group of the German Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (GRUR) since 2015.