About Me

As a lawyer in our Public Projects and Procurement Practice Group, I support and represent clients in the public sector in public procurement procedures. I primarily advise on issues relating to public procurement, IT contract law, regulatory law, EU state aid law and subsidy law in connection with the digital transformation (e-government, cloud computing, IT consolidation, e-health & smart city data platforms).

My consulting focus is on IT procurement in the intersection between antitrust procurement law and IT law (EVB-IT contract law, data protection law and IT security).

In this context, I provide support both in the preparatory phase (applications for funding, procurement concept, procedural design and preparation of tender documents) and in the subsequent implementation of the procedure.

During the project, I advise on risks of recovery arising from EU state aid law (Art. 106 - 108 TFEU, SGEI exemption decision, SGEI framework, GBER) and/or from subsidy/grant law (e.g. §§ 48, 49, 49a VwVfG, §§ 23, 44 BHO, VV-BHO, ancillary provisions: ANBest-I, ANBest-P, ANBest-Gk, ANBest-P costs).

I represent clients before the public procurement review bodies/courts with great commitment and assertiveness.

After the conclusion of the contract, I advise on contract controlling in the event of performance disruptions, on change request management and contract modifications.

I supervise in-house contract awards in the municipal service network, inter-municipal cooperations as well as instate transactions.

My main concern is to balance the interests of the state and the private sector in the best possible way and to make a contribution to the fulfilment of the state's tasks/provision of services of general interest.

My maxim is to develop practical, economically efficient and innovative solutions for clients.


  • Legal Studies at the University of Münster with focus on public commercial law (Stages at the EU-Parliament Strasbourg/Brussels & State Ministry NRW).
  • Financial representative (budget and economic management) for the student council at the University of Münster.
  • Legal clerkship at the Higher Regional Court in Düsseldorf (legal training at the AHK Ireland, Dublin and a German commercial law firm renowned in public procurement law, PG Public Sector & Procurement, Düsseldorf).
  • Doctorate at the University of Oldenburg in the field of Public Procurement Law & Economics on opportunism risks in large-scale IT projects with the doctoral thesis: 'Digital Services of General Interest 4.0: Public Procurement of IT Services as an Example of the Principal-Agent Dilemma?'


  • Admitted to the German Bar in 2019

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