The advisory services we offer in the area of public procurement law begin with the joint definition of the procurement strategy and also include legal advice and support in the drafting of tender documents, the examination and evaluation of bidder enquiries and procurement law complaints as well as the evaluation of tenders. BROCK MÜLLER ZIEGENBEIN has assisted with numerous large-scale public procurement law projects, ranging from the awarding of construction, supply and service contracts to the awarding of software agreements, local transport, engineering and architectural services and the awarding of permits, leasing models and other PPP projects. We represent our clients before public procurement tribunals and committees in procurement review proceedings.


Dr. Johannes Badenhop

Secretary’s Office:
Alina Michelle Grewe
Notary’s Office:
Martina Lange, Sandra Albrecht, Kirsten Bichel, Barbara Domek, Doris Hell, Monika Hoppe, Miriam Holtz, Katrin Latussek, Anne Petschnik, Carmen Richau, Lena Schultz, Ute Wieck-Thomas, Kathrin Ziemus
+49 431 97918-39

born 1977, university studies in Kiel and Colchester/England;  postgraduate judicial service training in Kiel, Schleswig, and London. Admitted as attorney in 2008, Certified Specialist for administrative law and public procurement law, notary since 2018

Provides advice on: Public law, public procurement law, notarial matters

Dr Johannes Badenhop supports clients in public law matters, with a focus on environmental and planning law, subsidies and EU state aid law, pre-school and youth welfare law, public business law, social law, in particular hospital law, and on constitutional, European, and public international law.

As a Certified Specialist for public procurement law, Dr Badenhop also advises public sector clients and tenderers in this area.

His notarial services mainly cover property-related notarisations and company formations.

Dr Badenhop is a lecturer in general political science, hospital law, and European law at the Christian-Albrecht University of Kiel. He is also author of a legal commentary on nature conservation law in Schleswig-Holstein, and co-author of a legal commentary on child care law in Schleswig-Holstein.

In addition, Dr Badenhop is a member of the working group on administrative law at the German Bar Association (Schleswig-Holstein), and the working group on public procurement law at the German Bar Association.

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