Irina Schulz, Rechtsanwältin




  • History studies at Tomsk State University (Russia), qualified historian
  • Law studies at the University of Regensburg with awarding of the title of “Dipl.-Jur. (Univ.)”
  • Specialist studies on the topic of “Central and Eastern Europe in the process of European integration”

Professional experience

  • Translation from Russian into German of decisions reached by the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation
  • Chair for international public law and comparative law at the University of Regensburg
  • Legal clerkship at the Regional Court in Regensburg, with awarding of the title of “Ass. jur.”

Areas of interest

  • National and international contract law
  • Family law
  • International law
  • Tax law

Language skills

  • Russian (mother tongue)
  • German (verbal and written business fluency)

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