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Nicole Richter

Nicole Richter has been supporting the project "Biographien und Lebenswelten von Angehörigen großfamiliärer Strukturen" as a student assistant at the Center for Technology and Society (ZTG) since December 2021. 

She studies law at the Humboldt University of Berlin with the intended degree of the first state examination. During her studies, she specialized in the field of German and international criminal law, in particular in the areas of the law of sexual offences, criminal constitutional law as well as criminal policy. She wrote her bachelor thesis on the topic of "Protection of minors/juveniles by the law of sexual offences". In addition to her work at the ZTG, she volunteers as a correctional assistant at Tegel Prison.

Academic career 
10/2017 -
Bachelor of Laws (integrierter LL.B.)
since 2017
Law degree (state examination)
Professional career 
10/2020 -
Teaching courses for first and second semester students at the Humboldt University of Berlin in the subjects of civil law, criminal law, state organization law and fundamental rights
Internship with attorney Philipp Stucke (Criminal Law Office Berlin) in the practice of criminal defense law
Student assistant at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP in the areas of dispute resolution and legal tech 
Internship at the District Court of Berlin (large criminal division)

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