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Petra Heindl, JD, JSD, LLM  
Research Affiliate, Stanford-Vienna Transatlantic Technology Law Forum (former)

Stanford Law School
Transatlantic Technology Law Forum
Crown Quadrangle
559 Nathan Abbott Way
Stanford, CA 94305-8610


Research Interests
European and international business and technology law, transatlantic (EU-U.S.) copyright issues regarding computer software.


Petra Heindl is a TTLF Fellow of the Stanford-Vienna Transatlantic
Technology Law Forum and an FCE Research Affiliate. Her research work is
connected with the Vienna Technology Law Program of the University of
Vienna School of Law as well, where she earned her JSD. Her research
focuses on transatlantic software copyright issues and software piracy.
She is also a senior associate with Binder Grösswang Attorneys at Law in
Vienna, Austria, working in the field of M&A and corporate law in an
international, primarily European, environment.

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.