Anne Baranowski, born in Frankfurt am Main, studied law at the Universities of Münster and Montpellier (France). She worked under Professor Klaus Peter Berger LL.M. at the Center for Transnational Law, where she was introduced to arbitration. She complemented this by training to become a (business) mediator at the Center for Negotiation and Mediation (CVM) at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. She then completed a Master of Laws (LL.M.) in intellectual property law at the University of Edinburgh. During her legal training Ms. Baranowski worked for international companies in Luxembourg, New York, Saarbrücken/Brussels and Vienna.
She completed alongside work an executive education at KSE Business School.
She worked for several years in the legal department of the German National Library before joining Schalast in 2013
with the focus on corparatet strategy, operations management, and leadership in the digital age.
Anne Baranowski primarily advises clients on copyright, IP/IT, internet and media law. Her work also focuses on data protection compliance and competition law. She also engages in lecturing and teaching activities.