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Gregor-Rafael Görgen, LL.B.

LL.B. Law and Economics (Bonn) | Law (Bonn & London School of Economics and Political Science)

Gregor-Rafael Görgen (born 2001) studied Law and Economics (LL.B.) in Bonn after graduating from high school. After completing his bachelor's degree, he began studying law with a specialization in economics and competition. During his studies, he completed internships at the law firm Redeker Sellner Dahs (Bonn), the Federal Cartel Office and Erskine Chambers Barristers (London). After a one-year stay at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), he is now preparing for the first state examination.

Since February 2022, he has been part of the team at Prof. Dr Specht-Riemenschneider's Chair of Civil Law, Information Law and Data Law.

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Publications / Publikationen:

  • Personalized Information Duties - A Way to Tackle Information Overload? (together with Prof. Dr. Louisa Specht-Riemenschneider), in: Oxford Business Law Blog, 12.07.2022.
  • Data Protection Law as Consumer Protection Law - On the need to remedy multiple market failures in data markets by adjusting substantive data protection law using the example of German law (together with Prof. Dr. Louisa Specht-Riemenschneider), European Journal of Consumer Law (REDC) 3/2022.


Other / Sonstiges:

  • Researcher on the project "From Smart Technologies to Smart Consumer Laws: Comparative Perspectives from Germany and the United Kingdom", funded by the "UK Arts and Humanities Research Council" (AHRC) and the "Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft" (DFG). 
  • Student Project Coordinator for the project “Attribution in the event of state omission” within the Transdisciplinary Research Area 4 “Individuals & Societies”, funded within the framework of the Excellence Strategy of the German Federal Government and the Federal States.