Allegra has been a defense lawyer and criminal law advisor at FFPV since 2019.
Allegra Fischer studied law at the Freie Universität Berlin and the Center for Transnational Legal Studies in London. During her studies, she focused on criminology and criminal Law.
After graduating, she became an academic assistant to the chair for criminology and criminal law of Prof. Dr. Klaus Hoffmann-Holland at the Freie Universität Berlin. She continued her work also whilst completing her legal traineeship and until joining Freyschmidt Frings Pananis Venn.
As part of her legal traineeship at the Higher Regional Court in Berlin she worked in the German Federal Foreign Office, for a criminal defence lawyer in Berlin and the publisher of the newspaper Der Tagesspiegel.
After her second state exam and her admission to the bar, she joined Freyschmidt Frings Pananis Venn in 2019.
Allegra Fischer is a doctoral candidate at the Freie Universität Berlin with a dissertation on juvenile criminal law.