Nadine Gajer advises on matters pertaining to public real estate and building law, in particular, planning and regulatory building law. Her range of advice additionally covers all relevant related areas, such as property-related immission control law and matters pertaining to monument protection, road, and environmental law. Nadine Gajer focuses on providing assistance with complex planning and approval procedures and on representing her clients in proceedings before public authorities and administrative courts. In addition, Nadine Gajer assists with real estate transactions within the framework of public-law due diligence reviews.
From 2007 to 2016, Nadja Gajer studied law in Göttingen and Berlin (both Germany) and in Nottingham (England) with an emphasis on public law. After passing her first state law exam, she worked as a research assistant at Luther in Berlin. Nadine Gajer carried out her legal training at the Higher Regional Court of Berlin and, as part of such training, also worked for Luther in Singapore, amongst others. After passing her second state law exam, she gained experience working at a state authority in the area of environmental law. Nadine Gajer has been working as a lawyer in the area of real estate law since 2018 and is a member of the practice group “Environment and Planning Law, Regulatory”.