Annika Schulenberg offers advice on insolvency law and restructuring to national and international companies. She specialises in working on complex self-administration and insolvency planning proceedings and advising distressed businesses, as well as consultancy for contract, trade and corporate law.
Annika Schulenberg offers advice on all aspects of distressed businesses and restructuring to national and international companies. In particular, she has experience advising complex self-administration and insolvency planning proceedings and out-of-court restructurings. Another key area of activity is providing advice to medium-sized industrial enterprises on issues of trade and corporate law, as well as contract design.
The industries in which she operates include trade and services, real estate and automotive.
After completing her law studies at the University of Bremen at the top of her class, she completed her legal training at the Higher Regional Court of Hamburg with a clerkship at the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection (Department of Insolvency Law).
She was admitted to the bar in 2019.
In addition to her work as a lawyer at GÖRG, Annika Schulenberg is currently working on her doctorate at the University of Cologne, mentored by Prof. Christoph Thole, with a thesis on an insolvency law matter.
Memberships and awards
- Study Award for outstanding achievements in the field of commercial law (Association for the Promotion of Commercial Law at the University of Bremen e.V., June 2016)
- Study Award for Excellence in the Legal Mandatory Examination (University of Bremen, November 2017)
Teaching activities and lectures
Annika Schulenberg has already taught seminars at the University of Bremen as a student. During her legal clerkship she conducted a few lectures as a substitute lecturer in the field of general civil law. In the winter semester 2019/2020 she gave an introductory seminar on the General Part of the Civil Code at the University of Hamburg. From the summer semester 2020 she will be teaching in the field of General Civil Law at the University of Bremen.