Antonia Waltermann (A.M.)
Antonia Waltermann is assistant professor of legal theory and legal philosophy. She has a background in comparative law and public international law and expertise in practical philosophy, law and the cognitive sciences, legal reasoning and informal legal logic, legal methodology, and (analytical) legal theory. Her current research focuses on social ontology and law and the cognitive sciences, focusing on the agency and responsibility of non-human entities (including but not limited to AI) both within the law and when it comes to the (social) construction of law.
As regards education, she has extensive experience with legal education in various roles, including but not limited to course design, coordination, and evaluation. Most recently, she is involved in educational design and policy at a programme level as well.
Legal theory and philosophy, law and the cognitive sciences, legal ontology and epistemology