Amélie Heldt studied French and German Law at the universities of Paris Ouest Nanterre and Potsdam. After passing the first state examination, she finished a supplementary training programme in Design Thinking at the Hasso-Plattner-Institut in Potsdam and worked in the legal department of a market-leading music label.
She completed her two-year legal training at the superior Court of Justice in Berlin and was working i.a. for the Stiftung Oper in Berlin [Berlin Opera Foundation], in the media and copyright area of the law firm Raue LLP and for the GIZ in Cambodia.
Since May 2017, she is a junior researcher within Research Programme 1 “Transformation of Public Communication” at the Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut (HBI). From January to June 2019, Amélie is a Visiting Fellow in the Information Society Project
at Yale Law School.