Lene Niemeier advises clients on all aspects of public law, including administrative, constitutional and regulatory law. She has expertise in construction and environmental law, particularly in the context of real estate transactions. In addition, she has significant experience counseling clients in matters of immigration and citizenship law as well as state liability law.
Having completed an additional master’s degree in European Union law, Lene Niemeier has profound knowledge of European Union law. Throughout her legal traineeship, she worked for the German Federal Ministry of Economics and the German Consulate General in San Francisco.
Advised various clients in the retail sector, food and events industry and landlords on administrative litigation re. shutdowns and compensation claims in connection with COVID-19
Advising a major German city on administrative law; especially traffic law matters
Advising various institutional funds and project developers on public construction law issues
Advising companies on immigration law issues
Advising an international infrastructure corporation on public law, including advice in bidding proceedings for PPP licenses
Education Higher Regional Court of Düsseldorf, Second State Exam, 2018 Georg August University of Göttingen, First State Exam, 2015 Georg August University of Göttingen, 2009 – 2015 Georg August University of Göttingen, Supplementary studies “Legal Integration in Europe” Magister Legum Europae (MLE.), 2011 – 2013
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