Julia Hohlfeld focuses her practice on commercial contracts and dispute resolution work.
Prior to practicing law, Julia gained practical experience at McDermott as a research assistant in the dispute resolution department. There, as well as at the German Foreign Office in the German Embassy in Mexico City, Mexico, she also completed parts of her legal clerkship.
In addition to her law studies at the Universities of Münster and Santiago de Compostela with a focus on legal drafting and dispute resolution, Julia successfully completed a two-year Foreign Law and Language Program for Lawyers in common law, including internships in a law clinic in Edinburgh and a major international law firm in Washington D.C.
Higher Regional Court of Cologne, Second State Exam, 2021
Westfälische Wilhelms-University Münster, First State Exam, 2018
Westfälische Wilhelms-University Münster, FFA (Common Law), 2016
Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, 2015
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