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.