Ludwig Blaurock

Deputy Head of Division, Federal Chancellery
Security Policy; Nonproliferation and Arms Control; Bilateral Relations with the United States, Canada, Northern, Western and Southern Europe, and Turkey

Prior to joining the Federal Chancellery, Ludwig Blaurock worked in the Federal Foreign Office’s division for Security and Defence Policy, as well as NATO. Before entering the Foreign Service, he was a Senior Consultant for McKinsey & Co in Berlin.

10/04 – 5/06 Kennedy School of Government (Harvard University), Boston, MA McCloy-Fellow, Master of Public Policy
6/05 – 8/05 Brookings Institution, Center on the United States and Europe, Washington, DC; research assistant for Philipp Gordon
10/02 – 10/04 Legal clerkship at Kammergericht Berlin; 2. juristisches Staatsexamen (Note: Vollbefriedigend, 10,5 P.) Stations being among others: Cabinet of Günter Verheugen, Vice President of the European Commission, Brussels (5/04-7/04); DIHK Berlin, Abt. für. Außenwirtschaftsförderung (10/03 – 2/04)
7/02 – 9/02 Bertelsmann Stiftung, Brüssel; Assistant to Annette Heuser
10/95 – 6/02 Law degree at the Universities of Mannheim (10/95 – 7/96) and Passau (9/96-6/02); 1. juristisches Staatsexamen (Note: Gut, 12,6 P.)
9/99 – 8/00 Law studies, Universidad de Sevilla
Diploma en Derecho Comunitario Europeo
7/99 – 8/99 Hadiputranto, Hadinoto & Partner (Baker&McKenzie), Jakarta; summer intern
3/98 – 5/98 Cabinet Plantade, Paris; Internship
Januar 1996 Admission to Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes
10/94 – 7/95 Military Service; Frontnachrichtenausbildungszentrum der Luftwaffe, Köln-Wahn and Budel/NL
Juni 1994 International Baccalaureat, Jakarta International School (40 P)

Languages: English, French, Spanish (fluent); Bahasa Indonesia (basic knowledge)