Jasmin Sujung Mayerl is an associate in Baker McKenzie's Corporate Practice Group and a member of the German Energy and Infrastructure team in Berlin.
Jasmin studied law in Tuebingen and Seoul (KU) with a focus on competition and intellectual property law as well as migration law. During her studies, she worked as an intern in international law firms in Seoul and Munich, as a research assistant at the Chair of Competition Law and as a legal advisor at the Refugee Law Clinic of the University of Tuebingen. After her first state exam, she completed a six-month internship in the legal department of the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ) for the International Climate Initiative (IKI) in Berlin. During her legal clerkship, she worked for the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), an international law firm in Berlin and the Federal Foreign Office in Los Angeles. Before joining the firm, she was a parliamentary advisor to the committee of inquiry into the terrorist attack at Berlin's Breitscheidplatz.
Professional Associations and Memberships
- German Women Lawyers Association (DJB e.V.) - Member
- German Korean Law Society (DKJG e.V.) - Member
- Jasmin is a member of Baker McKenzie's Germany Ethnicity & Culture Working Group.
- Germany (2021)
- Higher Regional Court of Berlin (Second State Exam) (2020)
- Eberhard-Karls University, Tuebingen (Human Rights Law in Practice Certificate) (2017)
- Eberhard-Karls University, Tuebingen (First State Exam) (2016)
- Korea University Seoul (2012)
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