Christian Haagen studied law at the University of Würzburg 2011-2016. He then completed his legal clerkship at the Schweinfurt Regional Court and passed the Second State Examination in Law in 2017. From June 2018 until August 2020, he worked as a graduate assistant at the Chair of Prof. Hilgendorf. His research focus was the law of digitalization, in particular on liability issues in the use of artificial intelligence. Since September 2020 he is working for Noerr LLP. His dissertation "Responsibility for Artificial Intelligence. Ethical Aspects and Civil Law Requirements in the Production of AI Systems" is available in the Nomos Shop.