Victoria Roux, LL.M. (Aberdeen)
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Victoria Roux has been working as a senior researcher at the Foundation for Environmental Energy Law since January 2018. In her work, she focuses on the law of the energy transition in Germany and France.
After a one-year preparatory course “Classe Préparatoire Hypokhâgne” in Reims, Victoria Roux studied from 2008 to 2014 French and German law at the University Paris Nanterre, the University of Potsdam and Dresden University of Technology. In 2015, she graduated from the LL.M. study program “Oil and Gas Law” at the University of Aberdeen/Scotland. Currently, she is a doctoral candidate in a bi-national labor law comparison “Co-tutelle” with the Universities Paris Nanterre and Dresden.
As part of her doctoral studies, she participated and presented in several tri-national summer and winter universities of the Franco-German University (FGU) in Macedonia, Bulgaria, Belarus, India and Mauritius, among others dealing with legal issues on consumer protection, constitutional law and energy security.
From 2011 to 2012, Victoria Roux did various internships, among others in the legal department of the French-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Paris, as an assistant to the German Liaison Magistrate at the Department of European and International Affairs in the French Ministry of Justice and in a French-German law firm in Paris.
France and Germany: different ways to promote community power
Vortrag, World Community Power Conference, organisiert von Mali-Folkecenter, World Wind Energy Association, Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies, République du Mali, Deutsche Gesellschaft für internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), Bundesministerium für Umwelt, Naturschutz und nukleare Sicherheit, Naturschutz und nukleare Sicherheit, World Food Programme, Community Power, Bamako (Mali), 8. November 2018