PhD candidate, Research Associate
Faculty of Law and Economics
Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg
Nicole Selzer is a fully qualified lawyer with specialization in criminal law. She completed the general legal preparatory service in both Germany and in the United States at the University of Cincinnati at the School of Criminal Justice. Currently she is a research associate and PhD candidate at the Faculty of Law and Economics at the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg. Her PhD-thesis focuses on organised crime and cybercrime and the question to what extent companies are affected by both phenomena. Since 2014, she is also research associate at the Economy & Crime Research Centre (Halle/Saale). In this position, she joins various projects. She has been working on the Economic Crime Surveys by PricewaterhouseCoopers/Bussmann, which focuses also on cybercrime and organised crime. Furthermore, Nicole Selzer has been assigned to studies regarding organised crime and international corruption.