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MLaw Pablo Schumacher

Associate Researcher
Pablo Schumacher

Pablo Schumacher studied law at the faculty of law of the university in Basel, Switzerland, where he was assistant to Professor Dr. Herbert Zech from 2015 to 2017. The focus of his Master's studies was on intellectual property law. He wrote his published master's thesis on the subject of "The waiver of the private use exception according to art. 19 URG in the review of general terms and conditions". After his studies, he completed internships at a first-instance civil court, a Basel commercial law firm and a smaller law firm focused on civil law before he was admitted to the bar.

After his time as a Research Fellow (start August 2020), Pablo Schumacher is now Associate Researcher of the Research Group 16. As part of his work, he is, among other things, advancing research on his dissertation on the topic of the IP-protectability of trained AI-Systems and the possibilities of using such systems as means of security and financing.

Positions at Weizenbaum Institut

 Associate Researcher

Since 15 September 2022: Research Group „Norm Setting and Decision Processes

Former Research Fellow: 1. August 2020 - 31. January 2021

Fields of research

  • Intellectual Property Law and AI
  • Data Law
  • Civil Law
  • Digitalisation
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (HU)