Nikolas Klausmann is a research assistant at the Institute for Energy and Competition Law (EWeRK), doctoral candidate (Dr. iur.) and lecturer for Administrative Law at Humboldt University Law School. He works on legal and political implications regarding peer-to-peer energy supply models. Prior to that he was a research assistant at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Berlin, German tutor at HUFS in Seoul and a student assistant at Wuerzburg University. He holds a law degree (1. Staatsexamen) from Wuerzburg University and did a nine months research stay at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies at Seoul (Rep. Korea) in 2015.