Dr Julian von Lucius, LL.M. (Cardozo)

Rechtsanwalt (Lawyer), Mediator
Associated Partner
Practice Group: Telecommunications
Practice Group: Regulatory & Governmental Affairs

Julian von Lucius is an associated partner based in our Berlin office and a member of Noerr’s Telecommunications and Regulatory & Governmental Affairs practice groups.

He provides wide-ranging advice on all regulatory issues involving telecommunications and media law and public procurement law. One of his key practice areas involves coordinating complex infrastructure projects.

Julian publishes articles on telecommunications law on a regular basis and has been a lecturer in European media law at the Free University of Berlin since 2017.

Expertise

  • Telecommunications law
  • Infrastructure law
  • Public procurement law
  • Constitutional and European law

Career

  • Studied law at the Universities of Berlin, Paris and New York
  • Legal experience at an international law firm in Berlin (Germany)
  • At Noerr since 2015

Selected Publications

  • Homeschooling. Eine verfassungsrechtliche Untersuchung des Rechts der Eltern, ihre Kinder zu Hause zu unterrichten. NOMOS, 2017
  • Neuregelungen für den FTTH- und FTTB-Ausbau im TKG. K&R 2016, p. 724 et seqq. (with Dr. Tobias Bosch)
  • Blick auf die bisherige Rechtsprechung zum Thema Mediation, Klowait/Gläßer (eds), Mediationsgesetz, Baden-Baden, 2013 (with Dr Anna-Julka Lilja and Andreas Tietz)
  • Überwachung entlassener gefährlicher Straftäter durch die Polizei, DÖV 2012, p. 97 et seq. (with Dr Holger Greve)
  • Hochrisikoanlagen – Notfallschutz bei Kernkraft-, Chemie- und Sondermüllanlagen, DVBl. 2011, p. 1015 et seq. (conference report)
  • Netzneutralität in der Informationsgesellschaft, NVwZ 2011, p. 218 et seq. (conference re-port)
  • Gesetzgebungsoutsourcing – Gesetzgebung durch Rechtsanwälte? JZ 2011, p. 245 et seq. (conference report)
  •  Sonntag für alle. Rechtsvergleichende Anmerkungen zur verfassungsrechtlichen Rechtsprechung zum gesetzlichen Sonntagsschutz, KritV 2010, p. 190 et seq.