Michael Wild, PhD


specialises in advising clients on points of building-, environmental- and public funding law related to construction and infrastructure projects. His particular field of interest concerns the influence of constitutional law on the application of law by courts and authorities in practice.
From 2007 to 2008, Dr. Wild served as research fellow to Professor Mellinghoff, Judge at the Federal Constitutional Court Judge in Karlsruhe. In that position, Dr. Wild's responsibilities included the preparation of Federal Constitutional Court decisions on questions of election law and legal matters relating to political parties, as well as investigative measures taken under the rules of criminal procedure. Before he moved to Karlsruhe, Dr. Wild had already worked as an Attorney in Berlin for several years (with the firms Knauthe Eggers and Riebschläger Südhoff Steiner), during which time he was actively involved, inter alia, in various large building projects, extensive litigation relating to state subsidy programmes and government procurement procedures. His duties included the representation of clients at court hearings as well as before public authorities.
Dr. Wild studied law at the University of Bonn and was awarded his Doctorate in 2001. His dissertation related to constitutional law and was entitled "The Principle of Equality as applied to Elections". Dr. Wild is a regular contributor to publications on subjects involving constitutional and administrative law.


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