Frank Heber joined Bingmann Pflüger International in 2020 and supports projects at the interface of energy and digitalisation.
He studied International Relations with Economics and Law at the University of Erfurt, focusing on European policy, European and German public law and European-Russian energy policy. In fall 2019, he studied at the University of Tartu (Estonia), where he gained in-depth knowledge in European-Eurasian relations and digital governance.
During his studies, he gained experience at different levels of the public sector with internships at the German Bundestag, the Thuringian State Chancellery and the German Foreign Office. In addition, he has published in blogs and academic journals, especially on the reform of the Federal Election Law, as well as on decision-making in the Council of the European Union and the regulation of hate speech on digital platforms.
Frank Heber was born near Paderborn (NRW, Germany) and speaks German, English and Russian.