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Insa Jarass is a postdoctoral researcher at the Max Planck Institute. Her main research interests are contract law theory, private international and civil procedural law and transnational private law.

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Curriculum Vitae

Studied law in Bremen and Cambridge; 2012 First State Law Exam, Bremen; 2014 Master of Law, University of Cambridge; 2016 Doctoral Dissertation under Professor Gralf-Peter Calliess; 2018 Second State Law Exam, Frankfurt am Main.

2017 recipient of the Otto Hahn Medal awarded by the Max Planck Society; 2018 recipient of the Faculty Dissertation Prize, Law Faculty of the University of Bremen; 2019 recipient of the Bremen Study Prize; awarded undergraduate and post-graduate scholarships by the German National Academic Foundation, the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the Theo-Waigel scholarship.

2008–2012 student research assistant; 2012–2014 researcher at the German Research Foundation (DFG) collaborative research centre 'Transformations of the State' at the University of Bremen (Professor Gralf-Peter Calliess); 2013 guest researcher at the Institute of European and Comparative Law, University of Oxford (Chair Professor Vogenauer); 2015–2018 legal trainee at the Higher Regional Court of Frankfurt am Main; 2016–2018 researcher and since 2018 post-doctoral researcher at the Institute.

Publications (Selection)

1.
Jarass, I. S.: Privates Einheitsrecht. Mohr Siebeck, Tübingen (2019), XXII, 290 pp.
2.
Calliess, G.-P.; Jarass, I. S.: Private Uniform Law and Global Legal Pluralism. In: Oxford Handbook on Global Legal Pluralism, pp. 747 - 767 (Ed. Schiff Berman, P.). Oxford University Press, New York (2020)
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