Dominika Peter advises on matters pertaining to public real estate and building law, in particular building planning and building regulations law. Her advisory services also cover all relevant related areas, such as monument protection, road and environmental law. Dominika Peter assists with real estate transactions by performing public-law due diligence reviews. Her legal practice further focuses on providing assistance with complex development plan procedures and with the approval of building projects.
Dominika Peter studied law in Munich (Germany) and Salamanca (Spain). She then carried out her legal training in the district of the Higher Regional Court of Berlin (Germany), completing training periods at the German Federal Ministry for Family Affairs and at the German Federal Foreign Office in Lima (Peru), amongst others. During another training period which she completed in a renowned commercial law firm, Dominika Peter gained relevant experience in public environmental and building planning law. Dominika Peter initially worked at Luther as a research assistant from 2021 to 2022 and then, following her admission to the German Bar in 2022, starting work at Luther as a lawyer. Dominika Peter is currently working on her doctorate at Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich, with a thesis on a procedural topic.