Lawyer Ijaz Chaudhry

Lawyer Ijaz Chaudhry is admitted in the district court and regional court of Frankfurt am Main. Besides, he is authorised to represent in all German Federal courts (except the Federal Supreme Court for civil matter). Finally, he is since February, 2008 at the same time also a mediator of the goodness place of the bar association Frankfurt am Main. You receive a further insight into his qualifications below:

▪ Professional vita

1997-1999: Interpreter for the languages Urdu, Hindi, and Punjabi
1996-2001: Study at Johannes Gutenberg University and 1st state examination, Mainz
2001: Occupation in the Administration of Department of the German American Chamber
         of Commerce of the Southern Unites States, Inc. (GACC-South), Atlanta, USA
2002-2004: Legal clerkship and 2nd state examination, The Higher regional court, district Frankfurt a. M.:
  ▪ Lawyer's station: Malik Laws-Solicitors, Manchester office, England
  ▪ Study at the German academy for management sciences (Deutsche Hochschule für Verwaltungswissenschaften), Speyer
  ▪ Occupation in the Centre of Asian and Pacific Law (CAPLUS), The University of Sydney, Australia
Since July, 2004: Independent lawyer in office community with lawyer Oliver Rahnama, Frankfurt am Main
Since February, 2008: Mediator of the goodness place of the bar association Frankfurt am Main
    (Schlichter der Gütestelle der Rechtsanwaltskammer Frankfurt am Main)
Since 2011: Certified specialist for Criminal Law

▪ Membership

Rechtsanwaltskammer Frankfurt am Main
Bundesrechtsanwaltskammer
DeutscherAnwaltVerein
WiesbadenerAnwaltVerein
Forum Junger Anwaltschaft
Vereinigung Hessischer Strafverteidiger e.V.
Arbeitsgemeinschaft Strafrecht des DAV
Arbeitsgemeinschaft Arbeitsrecht des DAV

▪ Publications

▪ Cooperation in: Law, legal culture and politics in the 21th century, Essays in: Honour of Alice Er-Soon Tay,
  Günther Doeker-Mach / Klaus A. Ziegert (eds), Stuttgart, Steiner Verlag 2004
▪ Cooperation in: Law and legal culture in contemporary perspective,
  Günther Doeker-Mach / Klaus A. Ziegert (eds), Stuttgart, Steiner Verlag 2004
▪ Travelling expenses with foreign clients, discussion of decision in AdVoice 03/2007, 42

▪ Languages

English (business fluent, fluently in word and writing)
Urdu and Hindi (mother tongue)
Punjabi (mother tongue)
French (grounding)
Latin (grounding)