Katharina König is a student assistant at the Institute for Public Law and Political Science since November 2020.
She completed her sociology studies and now studies law at the University of Graz. She gained relevant work experience at the FH JOANNEUM GmbH and as a student assistant at the Institute of Criminal Law at the University of Graz.
As a member of Team Eisenberger she supports the project “REASON – Legal Requirements for statistical modeling”, which is funded by the Styrian Government.
Katharina König has a widespread field of interests; not only regarding different legal matters (especially the intersection of innovation and criminal law), but also the connection between sociology and law.
Marla Meilinger is a student assistant at the Institute of Public Law and Political Science for the second term of 2020. She studies law at the Karl-Franzens-University of Graz.
Through an internship at the criminal court of Graz and at a legal consultancy in Villach she was able to gain work experience. During her studies she volunteers as a legal consultant for refugees in the asylum proceedings. She particularly is interested in public law, especially in constitutional law and the Austrian and European asylum law.
Tamara Rončević is a student assistant at the Department Eisenberger, Institute for Public Law and Political Science, since December 2020. She currently studies law at the Karl-Franzens-University of Graz. She was able to gain first work experience through an internship at a law firm.
Tamara Rončević has broad interests in the various fields of law. She is particularly interested in public law, especially in questions of fundamental rights and related cross-cutting issues.
Through her successful graduation from a higher technical college with the focus on biomedicine and health technology, she also has a great passion for the relationships and the connection between law and technology.