Ulrich joined the London office of Linklaters after completing his LL.M. - Legal Practice Course in 2014. Previously, he graduated in law from the University of Munich and completed a one-year exchange program at University College London.
Ulrich specialises in arbitration, corporate and capital markets law. His main research areas are private dispute resolution, self-regulatory systems and the impact of financial regulation. He collaborates with Academicon, where he carries out empirical research on financial markets and anti-money laundering regulation.
As a student he participated in the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot and later he coached the University of Munich team. He now regularly acts as an arbitrator at the Vis Moot.
Academicon is a boutique consultancy firm, which integrates competence in law and economics. Academicon offers its clients professional surveys, legislative consulting, expert legal opinions, contract research and conflict management services.
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