Lena Hornkohl

Lena Hornkohl

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lena.hornkohl@mpi.lu

Lena Hornkohl studied law in Heidelberg and Uppsala (First State Examination 2014), undertook her practical training at the Higher Regional Court Karlsruhe with stations in Heidelberg, Frankfurt and Brussels and obtained the Second State Examination in 2016. Afterwards, she wrote her Ph.D. thesis on private enforcement of competition law with Prof. Müller-Graff of Heidelberg University, which she will defend in October 2020. During her doctoral studies she worked as a Research Assistant at the Institute for Civil Law, Corporate and Commercial Law, European Law and Comparative Law of Heidelberg University (2014 – 2019) and spent a research visit at Cambridge University in 2017. In 2019, she received an LL.M. in European Law and Economic Analysis from the College of Europe, Bruges. Hereafter, she worked as an Associate a major international law firm in Brussels (2019 – 2020). 

In 2020, Lena joined the Department of European and Comparative Procedural Law. She plans to continue her post-doctoral studies (Habilitation) under the supervision of Prof. Hess. Her research interests include European Law, Competition Law, Civil Procedure Law, Comparative Civil Law, International Trade Law, European Neighbourhood Policy, European Integration, International and European Regulatory Law, German and European Civil and Commercial Law.