Maître en droit
Nina Rompis primarily advises European clients on corporate formations and closures in Singapore and other parts of the Asia-Pacific region. She also advises on compliance subjects, mainly with focus on Anti-Bribery and Corruption, and develops training courses in this regard.
Nina Rompis finished her studies of legal sciences at Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, Germany, in 2010. As part of a German-French integrated course of studies, She completed a year of study in Nantes (France), which she finished with a French degree (Maîtrise en droit) and a master's degree in German and foreign law (Magister Iuris). Nina Rompis successfully completed her legal traineeship ("Referendariat"), with elective station (“Wahlstation”) at the German Embassy in Luxemburg, at the Higher Regional Court District Zweibrücken in November 2017. She was admitted to the German Bar in November 2012 and joined Luther in April 2019.