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Julian Herr advises clients in complex infrastructure and construction disputes before state courts and arbitral tribunals as well as in out of court negotiations.
Julian has gained experience in litigating international mass claims and worked under several arbitral rules (ICC, DIS, LMAA, CEAC). He served as administrative secretary to the arbitral tribunal and acted as counsel in arbitration proceedings as well as in pre- and post-award measures before state courts.
Julian obtained his master's degree with distinction at Stellenbosch University with a focus on international dispute resolution in commercial law and has worked for an renowned litigation and arbitration boutique law firm. Before, he completed his legal traineeship with inter alia stages at an international law firm and a leading wind turbine manufacturer, complementing his keen interest in the renewables sector.
While studying law at the University of Hamburg, Julian participated in the Philip C. Jessup Moot Court, where he and his team qualified for the competition's international rounds in Washington D.C. He also supervised the University's Jessup Moot Court team and was part of the coordinating team for holding the German National Rounds in Hamburg.
Advising a project company of an offshore wind farm in a multi-layered dispute after defect wind turbine foundations.
Advising a supplier for offshore wind projects on various litigations with a transmission system operator.
Advising a fibre operator in a dispute with a contractor on defective civil engineering works.
Advising on a mass claim against a German certification company after a dam collapse in Brumadinho (Brazil).*
Serving as administrative secretary of the arbitral tribunal in a large-scale ICC construction dispute.*
*Matter handled prior to joining Hogan Lovells.
- LL.M., University of Stellenbosch, 2022
- Second State Exam in Law, Higher Regional Court of Celle, 2020
- First State Exam in Law, University of Hamburg, 2018
- ICC YAAF
- Young ICCA
- ASA below 40