Tim Rauschning advises German and foreign clients in complex national and international disputes and arbitration proceedings, with a particular focus on investment arbitration.
Tim Rauschning was born in Hamburg in 1986. He studied law with a focus on public international and European law in Passau, Tours (France) and Kiel. During his studies, he worked for over three years at the Walther Schücking Institute for International Law in Kiel and later also lectured at Kiel University. As a legal trainee (Rechtsreferendar), he worked, inter alia, in the litigation and arbitration department of a major international law firm, at the United Nation’s Office of Legal Affairs and the German Mission to the United Nations in New York. Further stays abroad in the course of his education led him to Australia, Columbia, Indonesia, Russia and South Africa. Tim Rauschning joined Luther and its International Arbitration department in 2012. He is an active member of various organisations in the field of international arbitration (DIS40, ICC YAF, ICDR Y&I, YIAG, Young ICCA, Young ICSID).