Moritz Hennemann (Director of the Research Center for Law and Digitization)

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Moritz Hennemann is a Full University Professor at the University of Passau Law Faculty, Germany, holding the Chair for European and International Information and Data Law. He is also the Director of the Research Centre for Law and Digitization at Passau Law Faculty. His research focuses mainly on the data-driven economy and its (global) legal framework – especially with respect to Contract Law, Data (Protection) Law, Anti-Trust Law, and Media Law as well as Comparative Law. In Fall Term 2018, Moritz Hennemann was a Visiting Researcher at Harvard Law School. Before coming to Passau, he has conducted research and has taught as a Post Doc at University of Freiburg Law Faculty (Habilitation 2019). From 2014 to 2016 Moritz Hennemann practiced as an Attorney-at-Law (Rechtsanwalt) at Hengeler Mueller, Düsseldorf after his legal clerkship at the Higher Regional Court of Hamburg (2nd State Exam 2014). He studied Law at the Universities of Heidelberg (1st State Exam 2009), Cracow, Freiburg (Dr. jur. 2011), and Oxford (M. Jur. 2011).