Lisa Völzmann is a law student at the Humboldt University in Berlin and completed a study abroad programme in law and computer science at University College Dublin. She is a co-author of the Institute's position papers and an article on data altruism, the European Data Strategy and data access rights. Before joining the research group “Norm Setting and Decision Processes”, she worked at the Weizenbaum-Institute in the research group on “Frameworks for Data Markets”, PwC, and a law firm. During her studies, she was a tutor at Humboldt University, a member of the Humboldt Consumer Law Clinic and represented the Humboldt University at the Price Media Law Moot Court.
Positions at Weizenbaum Institut
Former Student Assistant
Research Group „Norm Setting and Decision Processes”