Nicole Daniel is an Associate with DLA Piper Weiss Tessbach Attorneys at Law, Vienna, where she joined the Litigation & Regulatory Department in 2010. Since 2011, she has been pursuing a Ph.D degree at the University of Vienna School of Law. She wrote her doctoral thesis on the treatment of regulated networks in EU and U.S. antitrust law. Nicole earned her LL.B. degree from King's College London in "Law and German Law" in 2009. As part of her bachelor's degree, she spent an Erasmus year abroad at Humboldt University in Berlin in 2007-2008. Nicole also enrolled in a number of antitrust related courses as part of her LL.M. degree in "Competition Law" at King's College London in 2010. In 2008, she obtained a Mediator Certificate on "Alternative Dispute Resolution" at an International Summer School organized by Tulane Law School, New Orleans, and Humboldt University, Berlin. Her previous work experience includes internships in a bank and several law firms in Vienna, Berlin and London. Nicole became a TTLF Fellow in October 2012.