Antonia Cramer has broad experience in German and international criminal law. In particular, she gained in-depth knowledge in defence of individuals against allegations in a corporate context, especially in insolvency criminal law and labour criminal law, through her work as a research assistant in a renowned white-collar criminal law boutique for several years.
During her internship at the Chambers of the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Antonia Cramer demonstrated her skills in international criminal law. She benefited from her comparative law skills and knowledge of German, U.S. and Greek criminal law and criminal procedure. Her quick comprehension and practice-oriented approaches to problem-solving were particularly appreciated.
Antonia Cramer learned about the special requirements for defence in the USA during her Master studies at New York University, School of Law, where she attended courses on “Criminal Litigation”, “Business Crimes”, “Criminal Procedure”, “Transitional Justice”, and “Islamic Law and Human Rights”, among others.
She gained further experience in criminal law during her legal clerkship at the Cybercrime Department of the Cologne Public Prosecutor’s Office and the Penitentiary Centre of Siegburg, Germany. Furthermore, during her studies at the University of Cologne, she worked at the Institute for Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure for Professor Dr Elisa Hoven, among others.