Samira Altdorf primarily advises on all questions concerning German and European antitrust and distribution law as well as the extrajudicial and procedural settlement of disputes.
Samira Altdorf started out by studying Spanish and French before commencing to study law.
After successfully completing her legal studies at the University of Bielefeld and at Heinrich-Heine University in Düsseldorf (both Germany), Samira Altdorf carried out her legal training at the Regional Court of Aachen in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia, which included working for the Administrative Court of Aachen. As a pupil, she spent half a school year at Colegio Alemán Alexander von Humboldt in Mexico City (Mexico).
Ms. Altdorf has been with Luther since 2017 in the area of litigation and complex disputes as well as in the area of antitrust law (2019).