Luzie Schrameyer is an associate in the Regulatory and Government Affairs Department. She advises international and domestic companies as well as public authorities and institutions primarily on issues of German and European administrative and constitutional law. She also advises in international regulatory law, with a focus in environmental and agricultural law, consumer protection, human rights and digital media.

Ms. Schrameyer joined WilmerHale in 2023. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Schrameyer worked for the German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ) and as a research assistant at an international law firm. She completed her legal clerkship at the German Federal Foreign Office, a non-governmental organization focusing on strategic litigation, and a major public law firm. 

Ms. Schrameyer holds an advanced LL.M. degree from Leiden University in the Netherlands.


  • Education

    • Second State Exam, Frankfurt am Main, 2022

    • LLM, Leiden University, 2020

    • First State Exam, Berlin, 2018

  • Admissions

    • Frankfurt am Main

  • Languages

    • German

    • English