Kathrin Stascheit, LL.M.Eur.
Born in Gera / Thuringia; 1997-2002 studied law at the University of Leipzig (first state examination in law); 2002-2004 junior lawyer at the regional court in Zwickau/Saxony with a multi-month internship at an international law firm in Cape Town/South Africa, second state examination in law with a degree in law (Assessor iuris)
Bologna consultant with legal advice to university management on the restructuring and accreditation of diploma courses for Bachelor and Master degrees from 09/2005-12/2006 at the University of Applied Sciences Zittau/Görlitz and from 08/2008-05/2010 at the University of Music Carl Maria von Weber in Dresden.
2005-2009 part-time postgraduate studies at the University of Leipzig with a focus on European law and private international law; 09/2007-06/2008 study abroad in Ljubljana/Slovenia with focus on international law and international family law, comparative law master's degree (LL.M.Eur.)
06/2010-05/2012 Consultant for Academic Affairs in the Dean's Office of the Medical Faculty of the Ulm University. Since 10/2011 member of the Research Ethics Committee. From 06/2012 legal assistant at the Institute of the History, Philosophy and Ethics in Medicine at the Ulm University.