Friederike Anna Dratwa is a postgraduate student at the University of Aberdeen where she currently studies oil and gas law.
She studied German and French law at the University Robert Schuman in Strasbourg and the University of Konstanz, where she graduated in January 2009 (1. Juristisches Staatsexamen). She also holds a degree from the University Robert Schuman "Certificat de Notions fondamentales de droit européen, international et comparé". During her studies she focused on Legal Foundations of International Business Transactions with a special regard to International Economic Relations.
Friederike Drawta has been an academic assistant to Prof. Rainer Hausmann at the chair for civil law, private international law, law of international procedure and comparative law at the University of Konstanz, Faculty of Law. Beside her studies she has worked at the European Parliament, the Federal Foreign Office, the German Bundestag and Westminster. Furthermore she has organized an energy conference (5th Konstanzer Europakolloquium) on the issues of climate change, competition and energy security.
Her main areas of interest are European and international law.