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Dr. Alexa Ningelgen

Senior Associate

Dr. Alexa Ningelgen

As a senior associate in our Düsseldorf office, Alexa is focused on all public law issues and has years of experience in administrative procedures and administrative litigation, in particular in the fields of energy, infrastructure, construction and food law. Her other main focus points are public institution law and immigration law.

Alexa studied law in Cologne and Madrid, she then got a scholarship from the 'Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes' to do her doctorate and wrote her thesis on constitutional and administrative problems in the health sector.

Representative Experience

Advising Freie und Hansestadt Hamburg relating to electricity licence proceedings according to section 46 paragraph 2 EnWG.

Advising Alliander AG on gas and electricity licence proceedings of the German Capital Berlin according to section 46 paragraph 2 EnWG.

Expert opinion for 'Rheinischer Sparkassen- und Giroverband (RSGV)' on legal position of reserve fund of RSGV.

Advising Autobahn Tank & Rast GmbH on public law, in particular on German motorway law; advice in bidding proceedings for PPP licences and operator schemes according to the German Highway Code.

Advising Erste Abwicklungsanstalt (EAA) ("First Bad Bank") on the establishment of the institution, acquisition of risk options and non-strategic business sectors in the nominal value of approximately €71bn from WestLB AG; ongoing advice.

Advising FMS Wertmanagement ("Second Bad Bank") on the acquisition of risk options and non-strategic business sectors in the nominal amount of €173bn from HypoReal Estate Group.

Education and admissions


  • Dr. iur., University of Cologne, 2010
  • Second State Exam in Law, Higher Regional Court of Cologne, 2010
  • First State Exam in Law, University of Cologne, 2006
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