Kevin Klug finished his Bachelor in Political Science with focus on critical theory and legal and philosophical foundations of politics at Freie Universität Berlin and Sabanci University Istanbul. After having worked for an online editorial office and an international law firm he was employed as a research assistant at Bundestag’s Parliamentary Control Commission. For this purpose, he was responsible for elaborating questionnaires used in the NSA hearings.
Currently, Kevin pursues a Law degree at Humboldt University Berlin and has social commitments for Jumen e.V. and the Refugee Law Clinic Berlin. Both associations stand up for legal human rights work, consulting in migration law and strategic litigation.
Since November 2017 Kevin is part of the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (HIIG) and works for the research project „Governance of Data Driven Innovation”.
Student Assistant: Governance of Data-Driven Innovation
Grafenstein, M. v., Hölzel, J., Irgmaier, F. & Pohle, J. (2018). Nudging: Regulierung durch Big Data und Verhaltenswissenschaften. Publication details
Grafenstein, M. v., Heldt, A., Klug, K., Pohle, J., Schulz, W. (2018). Was ist die DSGVO?. Publication details
Klug, K. (2018). Trust in me, just in me! Trusted Third Parties im Datenschutzrecht. Publication details