Jasmin Wachau, LL.M.


Research Fellow at the Junior Professorship of International Administrative Law and Public International Law (Faculty of Economics, Law and Social Sciences)

Jasmin Wachau, LL.M.


Jasmin Wachau has studied law in Dresden, Strasbourg, Graz, and Antwerp. Prior to her current role, she gained work experience through internships in various NGOs and an international law firm. She is a doctoral researcher and research fellow at the Assistant Professorship of Public International Law and International Administrative Law at the University of Erfurt. Her research focus spans across areas such as internet governance, human rights law, and comparative law. 


Next to her doctoral studies, she works as an editor at Völkerrechtsblog and World Comparative Law. Her PhD project, titled "Towards Quasi-Judicial Self-Empowerment? An Analysis of the Meta Oversight Board", hypothesizes that the Board employs various techniques to establish authority and independence, thereby attempting to overcome its institutional restraints.

PhD project

Towards Quasi-Judicial Self-Empowerment? An Analysis of the Meta Oversight Board

Research interests and expertise

 Internet Governance, Human Rights Law and Comparative Law