Dr Caroline Bronnert-Härle, LL.M.
Dr Caroline Bronnert-Härle is a lawyer. Her practice focuses on representing and advising credit institutions and financial service providers both in and out of court in matters relating to banking, capital market and supervisory law as well as small and medium-sized companies in commercial and corporate law matters.
Since 06/2015: Lawyer at Streitbörger, Hamm/Münster
2012-2015: Research associate at the Institute for Corporate and Capital Market Law, Dept. I: Civil Law, Corporate, Banking & Capital Markets Law, Prof Dr Matthias Casper, Dipl.-Oec.; at the same time doctorate on a topic in corporate / banking supervision law
2013-2015: Master's Programme "Business Law & Restructuring" at the University of Münster (JurGrad, School of Tax and Business Law) incl. theoretical basics to become a certified commercial and corporate lawyer
2010-2012: Legal clerkship at the District Court of Münster with a station in an international commercial law firm
2003-2010: Law studies at the University of Bayreuth with additional training in economics (business lawyer Univ. Bayreuth)
2006-2007: Law School, University of Birmingham, Great Britian
07/2007 -08/2007: Internship Shadbolt & Co LLP, London, Great Britain (since Feb. 2010: Clyde & Co)
Supervisory board committees as new actors in the internal corporate governance of banks - effects of § 25d of the Banking Act on the supervisory board of a bank AG (Nomos 2016, approved dissertation)
“Admissibility of processing fees for commercial loan contracts” (with M. Casper, WM 2015, 1689-1699)
“Is there a loan contract only with interest? Reflections based on the current debate on the admissibility of processing fees in the law governing general terms and conditions of business” (with M. Casper, BKR 2014, 59-69)
“Natural World Products Ltd. v ARC 2” (with P. Henty, Public Procurement Law Review 2007, 142-146)
“Transforming Government Procurement: A Report by HM Treasury” (with C. Strassarino, Public Procurement Law Review 2007, 147-151)