Dr. Alexander Hoff
A lawyer's tool is his language.
Exactly formulated contracts create confidence, avoid conflicts and save money. Precise pleadings make the court understand what it is all about.
Considering that, a lawyer should understand what he is talking about and should have the ability to correctly and convincingly present complex, economic, constructional or interpersonal issues.
I understand my clients, their businesses and objectives. To me, the basis of superb legal advice is to communicate in an optimal manner for my clients.
Dr. Alexander Hoff read law in Freiburg and was awarded his doctorate by the University of Potsdam for his thesis on the unlawful nature of tax evasion.
Having completed his legal traineeship in Freiburg, Germany, and in London, Dr. Alexander Hoff joined the former law firm Bartsch and Partner. He is one of the founding partners of the law firm Bartsch Rechtsanwälte.
Dr. Alexander Hoff lectures at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (University of Karlsruhe) on employment and labour law, and teaches civil law at the Cooperative State University of Baden-Württemberg in Karlsruhe. He is a member of the German Construction Commission (Deutscher Baugerichtstag e.V.) and the German Society for Construction Law (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Baurecht e.V.).
Phone: +49 (0)721 50 44 72-32
Areas of Specialization
- Construction law and the law governing architects
- Employment law
- Law degree at the University of Freiburg
- Awarded his doctorate by the University of Potsdam for his thesis on the unlawful nature of tax evasion
- German Construction Commission (Deutscher Baugerichtstag e.V.)
- German Society for Construction Law (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Baurecht e.V.)
- Association of Private House Builders (Verband Privater Bauherren e.V.)
- Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (University of Karlsruhe) Arbeitsrecht
Employment and labour law
- Cooperative State University of Baden-Württemberg, Karlsruhe
- for employment law and labour law
- for construction law and the law governing architects