- Energy law
- EU law
- Energy Union
- Network codes and guidelines
- Transmission system development and operation
Julius Rumpf's Ph.D. thesis, titled "Bridging the gap: The role of interconnectors in an emerging European Energy Union", focuses on how high-voltage electricity infrastructure, particularly cross-border power transmission lines (so-called interconnectors), are regulated in European law in order to achieve an internal energy market for the unrestricted trade of electricity throughout Europe. More detailed information on the Ph.D. project can be found here.
Ph.D. Candidate, Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, Department for Petroleum and Energy Law, since 2017
Research assistant, Scandinavian Institute of Maritime Law, Department for Petroleum and Energy Law, 2016–2017
Lawyer, Becker Büttner Held (Berlin), 2012–2016
Legal Consultant, World Bank Group, Integrity Vice Presidency, Washington, D. C. (USA), 2011
Referendar, Kammergericht (Berlin, Germany), 2010–2012
Law student (Potsdam, Germany and Zaragoza, Spain), 2003–2009
Numerous seminars on private, EU and energy law.