Agnes Behm, LLM
Agnes Behm worked as a legal trainee at Ecologic Institute. She worked mainly in the field of climate change and energy law as well as European Union Law. A native speaker of German, she works in German and English and has good language skills in French.
Agnes Behm is undertaking her post-graduate legal training in Berlin. As part of her training she has been working for the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety in the division for international climate protection, and for the environmental law firm Gaßner, Groth, Siederer und Kollegen, where she gained experience in the field of climate change and energy law.
Agnes Behm studied law at Humboldt-University in Berlin, focusing on public international and European Union law. During her studies she completed internships at the European Commission Representation in Berlin and at the law firm Redeker, Sellner, Dahs und Widmaier. She holds a Master of Laws degree (LL.M.) in European Legal Studies from the University of Bristol. In the course of her master's studies she focused on issues of democracy and legitimacy, international relations and environmental law in the European Union and finished with a dissertation on EC international relations under the Kyoto Protocol.