Petra Heindl became a TTLF Fellow in Fall 2007. She is also a Research Affiliate of Stanford University’s Forum on Contemporary Europe at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies and a senior associate at Binder Grösswang Attorneys at Law, an internationally operating law firm in Central Europe. Her research work is connected with the Vienna Technology Law Program of the University of Vienna School of Law as well, where she did her research as a JSD candidate. Heindl received her JD and JSD from the University of Vienna School of Law in Austria and studied European Union law at the Lapland University of Rovaniemi, Finland. After graduating from the Vienna Law School, she specialized in European Union business law at the Danube University Krems in Austria, where she completed an LLM in European Union law. In addition, she earned an LLM in U.S. Law from Santa Clara University School of Law. Her research focuses on transatlantic software copyright issues.