Elisa Maria Lotz
Ms. Elisa Maria Lotz is fellow of the graduate program “Multilevel Constitutionalism: European Experiences and Global Perspectives” at Humboldt University in Berlin under supervision of Professor Pernice and Professor Nolte. Her PhD thesis deals with “The Judicial Control of UN Security Council Sanctions against Individuals – an Analysis in the Light of the Rule of Law”. In a comparative approach she explores how notions of the Rule of Law prevailing on different legal levels are influenced by sanctions of the Security Council against individuals.
During her studies of law at Bucerius Law School in Hamburg and Université Panthéon-Sorbonne in Paris Ms. Elisa Maria Lotz focussed on Public International Law, but also exploring the field of International Relations during her stay in Paris. She gained internship experience at the German Technical Cooperation in Beijing where she worked in the advisory service to the legal reform in China. At the Permanent Mission of Germany to NATO in Brussels she dealt with NATO aspirants and the implementation of rule of law and democracy standards. Ms. Lotz published on the future role of the EU and NATO in defense and security policy.