Marlene Brosch

Marlene Brosch

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marlene.brosch@mpi.lu

Marlene Brosch studied law and French at the University of Graz (Mag.iur. 2013, B.A. 2015) and obtained a Ph.D. from the same University for a dissertation on EU international family law and succession law (2018). During the course of her doctoral studies, she was as a Research and Teaching Assistant at the Institute for Civil Law, Foreign and Private International at the University of Graz (2014-2018). She has spent several periods of study and research abroad, among others as a Research Intern at the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT) in Rome (2013) and as a Guest Researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law in Hamburg (2016-2017), for which she received funding from the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy. Prior to joining the Institute, Marlene worked as a trainee at the Oberlandesgericht Graz and in public administration.

Her main research interests are in the areas of EU private international law, with a special focus on party autonomy (which she analysed in her Ph.D. thesis), family law, succession law and the interrelationships between jurisdiction and applicable law.

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