Andreas Leidinger is an associate with Hausfeld in Berlin. He advises clients on EU and German competition law and complex litigation, with a focus on antitrust litigation.
Before joining Hausfeld as an associate he worked for the litigation department of a leading law firm in Berlin and was a trainee at the European Commission (DG JUST) in Brussels.
Andreas also worked as a research assistant at the law departments of Cologne University, Bremen University and Freie Universität Berlin where he taught Private Law Theory and Labor Law. He was a Fellow at the European University Institute (Florence) and the Leipzig Lab.
Andreas is fluent in German, English and French and has a good command of Spanish and Russian. He studied law at the Universities of Cologne, Higher School of Economics, Moscow, and Humboldt-University Berlin. He earned a Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree in Legal Theory from NYU School of Law and is currently finishing his doctoral thesis on the normative foundations of EU antidiscrimination law.
1st State Exam, Berlin – Graduation Award
Bar Exam / 2nd State Exam, Berlin
LL.M. (NYU) – ERP Scholarship and Dean’s Graduate Award