Anna Caroline Müller is a legal affairs officer in the government procurement team of the WTO’s Intellectual Property Division. She is a fully qualified lawyer admitted to the bar in Germany and to the roll of solicitors in England and Wales. Prior to joining the WTO in June 2011, she practiced law in the Commercial Litigation and Arbitration section of Clifford Chance‘s Frankfurt office. Her current role focuses on the administration of the WTO Agreement on Government Procurement, related publications and technical assistance. In particular, she works extensively with transition and developing countries interested in GPA accession, often in co-operation with other international institutions supporting procurement reform in the economies concerned. She publishes on a regular basis on topics related to government procurement and competition policy at the international level.
Master's thesis title
Trade liberalisation as a tool in fighting corruption and as a factor enhancing integrity in public procurement: Analysing the effectiveness of World Trade Organization (WTO) agreements