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In every issue of our newsletter we introduce people from our firm personally. This time it is Nadine Kirchner's turn from our Frankfurt office.

Nadine Kirchner, born in 1988, has been working as a lawyer in Sabine Schröter's labor law team in our Frankfurt office since May 2018. She grew up near Stuttgart. Her enthusiasm for the writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe brought her to law, which is why she then studied law at the Justus Liebig University in Giessen. She completed her internship in the summer of 2015 with stations at the Regional Court in Wiesbaden and a large international commercial law firm in Frankfurt and New York City. After her return to Germany, Nadine Kirchner moved to Munich as a research associate, and - by chance - joined the labor law team of an international business law firm. Her enthusiasm for labor law, which continues to this day, was awakened there. Before joining FGvW, Nadine Kirchner worked as an attorney in labor law in this law firm. For love's sake, however, she moved back to Frankfurt am Main and has felt at home in the Main metropolis ever since, even though part of her heart still beats for the Bavarian capital.

At Friedrich Graf von Westphalen & Partner in Frankfurt, Nadine Kirchner advises and represents domestic and foreign clients in all areas of individual and collective labor law. She is particularly concerned with employment relationships with international implications and representation in court.

The lawyer with Greek roots regularly enjoys the sun in her free time (unfortunately not yet professionally). In her free time, she enjoys sports - although the days of vaulting and handball are over in the meantime - but the flexible alternatives in the fitness studio and running in the park have brought her a similar balance for years. Just to mention that Nadine Kirchner is a big fan of the US-American director Quentin Tarantino (except the Kill-Bill movies) and is already looking forward to his new movie "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood", which will be released this summer.

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