Alexander Gleixner, Claim to non-discriminatory procedural design

Alexander Gleixner studied law at the EBS University of Business and Law in Wiesbaden and at IE University in Madrid. He completed his law degree (focus: public commercial law) in 2020 with the First State Examination in Law. In the same year, he also obtained a master’s degree in economics (topic of the master’s thesis: price individualization through the use of algorithms in online retailing).

Since July 2020, Alexander Gleixner has been a research assistant at the chair of Professor Dr. Emanuel V. Towfigh. In the context of his dissertation, he is dealing with the development of a general claim to non-discriminatory procedural design in administrative law.