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Dr. LL.M Katharina ZIOLKOWSKI Senior Analyst, NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence, Tallinn

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2000 Master of Laws in International Law (LL.M.), University of New South Wales, Sydney
2001-2004 PhD, Freie Universität Berlin ("Postulates of Justice as Justification of Wars. On the Influence of Modern Just War Concepts on the Legality of Use of Force in International Relations After 1945", NOMOS 2008)
2004-2006 Legal Advisor, InfoOp and CNO Capabilities, Joint Forces Office, Bonn
2006-2007 Legal Advisor, Airborne Operations Division, Veitshöchheim
2007-2010 Legal Advisor and Operational Law Instructor, NATO School, Oberammergau
2010 Multinational Operations Attorney-Advisor, U.S. Army, The Judge Advocate General's Legal Centre and School, CLAMO - Centre for Law and Military Operations, Charlottesville
2011 Law Instructor, General Staff College, Hamburg
since 2011 Senior Analyst, NATO CCD COE - NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence, Tallinn

Mitgliedschaften

International Law Association
International Institute of Humanitarian Law
International Society for Military Law and the Law of War

Publikationen

Ziolkowski, K: Computer Network Operations and the Law of Armed Conflict, in Vol. 49 Military Law and the Law of War Review 2011, 1-2, pp. 47-94
Ziolkowski, K: Stuxnet - Legal Considerations, in: Journal of International Law of Peace and Armed Conflict 03/2012, pp. 139-147
Ziolkowski, K: Ius ad bellum in Cyberspace - Some Thoughts on the `Schmitt-Criteria` for Use of Force, in Ch. Czosseck, R. Ottis, K. Ziolkowski (Eds.), Proceedings of the 2012 4th International Conference on Cyber Conflict, NATO CCD COE Publication, 2012, pp. 295-309
Ziolkowski, K: Confidence Building Measures for Cyberspace - Legal Implications, NATO CCD COE Publication 2013

Auszeichnungen

2009, 'Helmuth-James-von-Moltke' award of the German Society for Military Law and the Law of War for Dissertation 'Postulates of Justice as Justification of Wars. On the Influence of Modern Just War Concepts on the Legality of Use of Force in International Relations After 1945', NOMOS, 2008