German Lawyers in Aachen


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People and corporates from around the world benefit from Schlun & Elseven’s expert service. From our offices in Cologne, Düsseldorf and Aachen, as well as our conference rooms throughout Germany, clients across all countries and industries are supported by our professionals. Contact us today with your legal concerns.

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SCHLUN & ELSEVEN Lawyers
in Aachen

Schlun & Elseven Lawyers is a German and international law firm with offices in Aachen, Cologne and Düsseldorf and conference rooms in Hamburg, Berlin and Munich. As a full-service law firm, we will be pleased to offer you comprehensive legal advice in our office in the Imperial city of Aachen. Get to know us, our team of lawyers and our local office in Aachen! If you are new to the city of Aachen, we also offer you an overview of a city in the heart of Europe.

Full Service Lawfirm in Aachen

We see ourselves as a modern service provider: with our transparent, economic and solution-oriented approach, our lawyers in Aachen find the best result for every client, both locally in Aachen and throughout Germany. We also offer advice via Skype or WhatsApp. In addition, thanks to the language skills of our individual lawyers, the legal advice can be provided in English and German. Simply make an appointment with our Aachen office!

Our Services

As a full-service law firm, we offer a wide range of legal services through our individually trained lawyers. This enables us to work across different legal fields and benefit from synergies: Full service legal advice for you at our locations, conference rooms and beyond, throughout Germany and internationally. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our office in Aachen.

The city of Aachen is known beyond the borders of Germany for its far-reaching history; starting with the most famous Aachener, Charlemagne, as well as 30 queens and kings of the Holy Roman Empire of German nations were crowned in Aachen Cathedral. In 1978, the cathedral has been honoured as a World Heritage Site and is next to the town hall the city’s most prominent building.

In Aachen City Hall, every year the City awards the Charlemagne Prize to public figures who have rendered outstanding services to Europe and European unification. Well-known personalities such as Konrad Adenauer, Winston Churchill, John Paul II and Angela Merkel have won the prize. In 2018, French President Emmanuel Macron received the appointment in person at city hall.

In addition to the major event of the Charlemagne Prize, the city of Aachen is also the centre of the equestrian sport every year. For more than 70 years, the world-famous World Equestrian Festival CHIO has brought together thousands of enthusiastic athletes from all nations every year.

In academic terms, the city of Aachen is well-known for the RWTH Aachen University, which is ranked among the top three universities in various fields, in particular mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, computer science, industrial engineering and natural sciences. Unfortunately, it is not possible to study law at the RWTH, but there is a chair for civil law, business law and labour law.

Aachen is the most western city in Germany and lies at the border triangle of the Netherlands and Belgium. Even the French border is not far away, allowing you to travel to Paris by car in about 4 hours, by Thalys in about 3 hours. Aachen’s geographical location and its understanding as a major European city result in considerable cross-border commercial trade. European and global companies such as the chocolate manufacturer Lindt-Sprüngli, the electronics producer Philips, the pharmaceutical group Grünenthal or the Railway Car Factory Talbot have locations in Aachen. Moreover, the internationally renowned news agency Reuters with its later headquarters in London was founded in 1850 by Paul Julius Reuter in Aachen.

Due to the perfect infrastructure not all, but at least many ways lead to Aachen and from Aachen to the nearby metropolises, whether within or outside of Germany. Business locations such as Cologne (45min.), Düsseldorf (1 ½ hour), Brussels (1 ½ hour), Frankfurt (2 hours), Amsterdam (2 ½ hours) or the Ruhr area (2 ½ hours) can be reached quickly both by car and by train.