Lars Lange advises contracting authorities and bidders on all aspects of public procurement law. In particular, his advisory services include the conceptual design of procedures for the award of contracts, their implementation via electronic procurement platforms and assistance during the discussions with bidders. In addition, Lars Lange represents both contracting authorities and private companies before the bodies responsible for contract award review procedures.
Lars Lange is a permanent author of the public procurement law journal “Zeitschrift für das gesamte Vergaberecht”, as well as being a regular contributor of blog posts for the public procurement blog of Deutsches Vergabenetzwerk.
He is currently on secondment with the investment and development bank of a German state, working mainly in public procurement law.
Lars Lange studied law in Kiel (Germany) and obtained an LL.M. degree from the University of Copenhagen (Denmark) for a thesis on a public procurement law topic. As part of his legal training, he completed a training period at the Public Procurement Tribunal of the German state of Schleswig-Holstein. Before joining Luther, Lars Lange worked several years for other nationwide commercial law firms in public procurement law.