My passion for law developed immediately when I began studying it at university. What fascinates me about it, particularly when learning about case law, is to understand how legal rules are developed by looking at real-life situations and how they should be resolved in a just way. This human aspect of how law mirrors individuals' lives on a daily basis and society at large is what makes it approachable and lively.
I want to share my passion for the law by helping others to see it not merely as an abstract body of rules but as something that always surrounds us and that can be fun to look at (particularly when we start to wonder whether the law should always be as it is now or whether it could/should be different).
I have always been passionate about teaching which is why, before doing law, I completed a B.A. and an M.A. in music education (in Vienna). In the course of that, I received professional training in teaching and I also gained extensive teaching experience.
During my law undergraduate degree, I provided informal tutoring as well as holding formal revision sessions in tort law for first-year undergraduate students. I also provided mooting coaching to first-year students with great success.
In 2018, I worked as a tutor for a 2-week summer school in Oxford, organised by a non-profit-organization.
2015-2018 - BA Hons (double first-class), Law and Management Studies, University of Cambridge
2018 - Fr. Nicholas Smith Prize
2017, 2018 - St. Edmund’s College prize
2013-2014 - BA Music Performance, Academy of Performing Arts, Bratislava
2012-2015 - MA Music Education, University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna
2008-2012 - BA Music Education, University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna
Matura (A-levels equivalent):
German (1), Mathematics (1), French (1), Latin (1), Music (1)
I gave up chocolate for 7 years in order to win a bet.