Sarah Beischau advises German and international clients on international trade and public procurement law. She represents them in legal proceedings before the German and European courts as well as before the procurement review bodies.
Languages: German, English, French
Sarah studied law at the Humboldt-University of Berlin and at the University Panthéon-Assas in Paris (Licence and Master 1 with a focus on international public law). Afterwards, she worked as a research assistant at a major international law firm in Berlin and at BLOMSTEIN in the field of public procurement and international trade law.
Sarah completed her legal traineeship at the Higher Regional Court of Berlin, with stages inter alia at the Federal Foreign Office, at a major international law firm in the field of international trade law and at the Higher Administrative Court of Berlin and Brandenburg.
Vorläufiger Rechtsschutz gegen EU-Russland Sanktionen am Beispiel von Entscheidungen des EuG (T-193/22 R, OT/Rat und T-237/22 R, Alisher Usmanov/Rat), Ukraine-Krieg und Recht 2022, p. 623-625 (with Bärbel Sachs)