Juliana Wimmer graduated with a degree in law (Staatsexamen) from Bucerius Law School in Hamburg and spent an exchange semester at Tel Aviv University. During her legal traineeship she worked for the international law department in the German Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection, as well as for the German Consulate General Chicago. Her professional experience also includes project work at the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR), assisting work at the Centre for Peace Medation (CPM) and litigation and research for various law firms. During her studies at the Hertie School she specialised in public management and policy analysis. She is currently working for a Member of the German Bundestag on matters relating to international peace and security policy and legal policy.
Master's thesis title
Dual leadership in German federal ministries: Benefits and challenges