Caroline Rohling is a lawyer. She primarily advises and represents banks on issues relating to banking and capital markets law. A focus of her advisory work is particularly concerned with credit agreement law. In addition to knowledge of banking and capital market law, she has in-depth practical and scientific knowledge of cartel damages law. Caroline Rohling represents the interests of our clients both in and out of court.

She speaks fluent English.

Caroline Rohling studied law at the University of Münster. After successfully completing her first state law exam in law in 2013, she completed her legal clerkship at the Regional Court of Düsseldorf, including practical stages at a major law firm and at the Chamber of Commerce Abroad (AHK) in Bratislava, Slovakia. She successfully completed her legal clerkship with the second state law exam in 2015. After completing her legal clerkship, she undertook postgraduate studies under Prof. Dr. Rupprecht Podszun at the University of Düsseldorf and was awarded a doctorate degree in antitrust compensation law (Dr. iur.) in 2022.

In 2017, she was admitted to the bar. During her doctoral studies, she worked predominantly as a lawyer in large law firms, including in the fields of antitrust compensation and corporate law. After working as a lawyer in large law firms, she served as a regional court judge, before joining law firm Streitbörger as a lawyer in 2021, where she worked until the end of 2023 after being re-admitted to the bar. Caroline Rohling has been working as a lawyer at law firm Grüter since the beginning of 2024.

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