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Erna Scheffler

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Erna Scheffler, born Friedental and later Haßlacher (21 September 1893, in Wroclaw – 22 May 1983, in London) was a German senior judge. Education and early career Erna Scheffler was born Erna Friedenthal in Breslau on 21 September 1893. She attended the girls' schools in Legnica and Wroclaw and gained her baccalaureate in Racibórz in 1911. She studied for a semester at Heidelberg University and then switched from medicine to law in Wroclaw, Munich and Berlin. In December 1914 she finished her studies with a doctorate from Wroclaw. Women were not yet permitted to take the state legal exams, so she initially worked in social welfare and then as an assistant at a law practice. She married for the first time in 1916, and lived in Belgium until 1918, where her husband, Fritz Haslacher, worked as a lawyer in the German civil administration of occupied Belgium; she also worked as an auxiliary officer there. After the war ended, she found employment with the Association of German Arc
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