Born in Berlin in 1986, Claudia Gehricke studied law at the European University Viadrina in Frankfurt/Oder and the University of Essex, UK. She completed her legal clerkship at the Berlin Supreme Court, at which time she was already working at ZENK’s Berlin office. During her legal clerkship, she also worked for the Federal Ministry of Economics and an international commercial enterprise.
Ms. Gehricke joined ZENK in 2015. She is salary partner with ZENK.
She works primarily in the field of public building law, planning law and public tax law, with specialist knowledge on land development contribution law and road construction contribution law. In addition to working with private owners and project sponsors, she advises municipalities on the drafting of statutes and assists them in the billing of development and road construction costs in accordance with the relevant contribution law provisions.
Her practice additionally focuses on service law and civil service law, particularly in the field of higher education, with the result that her clients also include professors and civil servants.
Claudia Gehricke is currently completing her doctorate on the use of fines in European antitrust law at the European University Viadrina in Frankfurt/Oder.