Julian Luckey completed an apprenticeship at Deutsche Bank. Afterwards he studied Law and Economics at EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht in Wiesbaden and at Singapore Management University (SMU) in Singapore. He completed his Law degree in 2021 with a focus on Banking and Capital Markets Law under Prof. Dr. Tim Florstedt. In the same year, he wrote his Master’s thesis on “The Digital Euro – A Legal and Economic Classification of the Digital Euro in Distinction to “Classical” (Virtual) Currencies”.
Since 2021, Julian Luckey is Junior Researcher and PhD Candidate at the Chair of Prof. Dr. Emanuel V. Towfigh. He is currently writing his dissertation on “Party Foundations and State Funding – The Possibilities and Limits of Political Foundations’ Participation in State Policy Funding”. On top of that, he is founding a Diversity and Refugee Law Clinic at EBS.