Julia Tews primarily advises on all matters pertaining to commercial and distribution law and dispute resolution, in and out of court.
Julia Tews was born in 1983. After finishing school, she studied law at Justus Liebig University in Gießen (Germany), focussing on public law (planning, environment, business, administration). Following her graduation from university, she worked for two years as a research assistant at the University of Trier (Germany), at the Chair of Public Law, Social Law and Administrative Sciences. She then carried out her legal training at the Regional Court of Gießen. Julia Tews joined Luther in 2017 and, alongside working, is currently completing her doctoral thesis on “The consequences of the reform of German federalism for Germany’s civil service”.