Christopher Wolters specialises in public procurement and trade law. In the field of public procurement law, he supports both contracting authorities and bidders, in particular regarding questions of procurement compliance (debarment and self-cleaning), and he defends their interests before the relevant bodies. In this respect, he also advises in proceedings before multilateral development banks, especially the World Bank. His German and international clients mainly come from the IT, as well as the defence & security sectors. Furthermore, he advises clients on international trade law and excise taxes, and represents them in competent courts and before relevant authorities.
Christopher Wolters is admitted to the bar in Germany (“Rechtsanwalt”).
Languages: German, English, French, Spanish
After finishing high school and the German compulsory military service, Christopher studied Law at the universities of Tübingen (Germany), Lausanne (Switzerland) and Münster (Germany). While writing his doctoral thesis on International Humanitarian Law, he worked as a research assistant for different international cooperate law firms. He completed his legal traineeship (“Referendariat”) at the Higher Regional Court of Berlin, during which he also worked for the German Embassy in Tehran (Iran). Christopher holds a PhD (Dr. iur.) from the Freie Universität Berlin.