Simone Merkl specialises in EU state aid law and subsidy law. She provides advice to the public sector (federal states, municipalities, public/municipal companies) as well as private companies and institutions regarding public business law, EU state aid law as well as administrative and municipal law.
Until 2019: research associate at the Professorial Chair for Public Law and lecturer at the Department of Law at Giessen University
Until 2013: legal clerkship (Rechtsreferendariat), district of the Higher Regional Court of Frankfurt am Main with positions – among others – in Limburg an der Lahn, Giessen, Frankfurt am Main and Brussels; 2013: Second State Examination in Law
Until 2011: student of law at Heidelberg University with special focus on “German and European administrative law”; 2011: First State Examination in Law
Until 2008: student of law at the University of Strasbourg; 2008: Certificat “Notions Fondamentales de Droit International, Européen et Comparé”