Anika Holterhof, LL.M. (Germany) is a qualified lawyer, specialised in international and domestic criminal law and human rights. She currently holds the position of Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officer in the Justice Section of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), where she works in the area of crime prevention and also manages the portfolio on access to legal aid, supporting the development of standards and tools and providing technical assistance. She joined UNODC in 2012 as an Associate Expert with the Organized Crime and Illicit Trafficking Branch, working on combating and preventing cybercrime. Previous assignments include positions with Defence Counsel before international and domestic courts, the Organized Crime Department of the Office of Public Prosecution in Bonn and the Federal Foreign Office of Germany, including its Permanent Mission to the UN in Vienna.