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Dipl.-Jur. Univ. Kevin Dankert

Dipl.-Jur. Univ. Kevin Dankert

Kevin Dankert, Dipl.-Jur. Univ., studied law at the University of Hamburg with a focus on information and communication. His research interests include both private and public media law. He has been a student assistant at the Hans-Bredow-Institute since 2011. From February 2014 to the end of March 2018, he was working as a research assistant at the institute. His dissertation, supervised by Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schulz, deals with the action-guiding effect of online usage environments and their regulation.

Dipl.-Jur. Univ. Kevin Dankert

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