Ingrid Schmidt

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Ingrid Schmidt (born December 25, 1955 in Bürstadt ) is a German lawyer and president of the Federal Labor Court .

After studying law at the Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main , she passed her assessor examination in April 1983 . Afterwards she was initially a research assistant at the chair for private, procedural and comparative law at the University of Frankfurt; since August 1983 she was also admitted to the bar. From June 1985, Schmidt was a judge in the Hessian social justice system , most recently a judge at the Hessian State Social Court in Darmstadt . From November 1990 to February 1993 she was seconded to the Federal Constitutional Court as a research assistant. On August 1, 1994, at the suggestion of the SPD , she switched to the Federal Labor Court as judge. First she was a member of the Seventh Senate, then since 2000 of the First Senate. From September 2002, she headed the Sixth Senate as presiding judge.

On March 1, 2005, she became the first woman to be appointed President of the Federal Labor Court. Ingrid Schmidt is married and has two children.

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  2. Blanka Weber: She loves black bread . In: Cicero . No. 2 . Ringier , February 2014, ISSN  1613-4826 , p. 28-29 .