Marc Lendermann is a policy officer at the German Federal Chancellery. Prior to this, he worked with the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, Germany’s mission to the EU and the University of Potsdam. Whilst a legal clerk, he worked for the German Foreign Office and the law firm Freshfields. Within an executive master’s program at the French École Nationale d'Administration, he focused on digital policy issues and spent some months at the French embassy in Washington DC, where he had the opportunity to deal with transatlantic issues regarding the digital economy. He is qualified as a lawyer in Germany and holds law degrees including a master’s degree in business law from the University of Paris II as well as a doctorate in law from the Sorbonne in Paris and the University of Bonn. During his studies, he received a scholarship from the Foundation of German Business.