David Ullram has worked at the Institute for European Tort Law at the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ETL) since November 2009 and currently works on a part-time basis (maintenance of internal database). Trained initially as a technician and paramedic, he began to study law at the University of Vienna in October 2005 and graduated in March 2010, always specialising in the field of banking and insurance law. He concluded a number of internships in several legal departments and law firms, some abroad; later, he successfully completed his nine-month court practice. Ullram is bilingual in German and Polish while he is fluent in English and Russian. Currently Ullram is working as the head of the contract department at a globally operating insurance intermediary company which specialises in insurance solutions for the transport and forwarding industry. As a passionate writer and publisher of articles, he often announces and discusses new developments in European transport law and provides advice to readers as to how damages can be avoided. Last but not least, Ullram is a passionate lecturer on relevant liability bases and coverage solutions in transport law at higher education institutes.
Main Areas of Research
- Austrian and European tort law
- Comparative law
- Banking and insurance law