Dr. Hannah Brodersen

Postdoctoral Researcher
Research project Revamping Anticorruption Criminal Law (PI: Prof. Nadja Capus)​

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Kei Hannah Brodersen is a postdoctoral researcher in the project "Revamping Anticorruption Criminal Law - Strategies and Consequences (RevACLaw)" led by Prof. Nadja Capus (Chair of Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure) and funded by the European Research Council (ERC). This project analyses recent developments in the fight against corporate corruption in the three areas of criminal law: substantive criminal law, criminal procedure and international mutual assistance.

Between 2014 and 2020, Hannah worked as an assistant doctoral student at the Faculty of Law of the University of Maastricht, where she completed a doctoral thesis in international criminal law entitled "Longer than Life. How the ICTY Strengthened the Rule of Law in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia" under the supervision of Prof. André Klip. In Maastricht, she taught international criminal law and European cooperation in criminal matters and coached teams for the Nuremberg Moot Court on International Criminal Law.

Before entering the academic world, she worked as a lawyer at GRECO (Groups of States against Corruption) at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Political Science and Law and an LL.M. in European Law.