Katharina Wigger is currently preparing for her first state exam after having completed her specialist degree program in international and European public and economic law. She participated in the 26th Willem C. Vis Moot Court 2018/19 and stayed involved by providing assistance for later teams as a member of the Bonn Moot Association. Afterwards, Katharina worked as a student assistant in a major law firm while studying in Poland as part of the Erasmus program. Later, she was trained and qualified as a mediator. Katharina already successfully coached last year's Vis Moot Team of the University of Bonn and is looking forward to another year of coaching. She is employed at the Institute for German and International Civil Procedure Law.
Alexander Später is currently finishing his first state exam. He participated in the 27th Willem C. Vis Moot Court 2019/20 and reached the Round of 64 with his team in the finale in Vienna. Besides, he was awarded an honorable mention for Best Individual Oralist. Afterwards, Alexander was board member of the Bonn Moot Association. Since 2018, he has been working for a law firm in Bonn specialized in Data Protection Law. To deepen his knowledge, he did an internship at the Federal Data Protection Commissioner. He is currently a member of the executive committee of a local branch of a political party, where he is primarily responsible for communications and member support. In his free time, he enjoys reading, going to the gym and doing Kung Fu. Now, he is employed at the Institute for German and International Civil Procedure Law.