Mana Amiri | Frankfurt, Germany Professional background Acquisition of the general university entrance qualification in Frankfurt am Main Mana Amiri Studied law at the Johann-Wolfgang Goethe University also in Frankfurt am Main. There u.a. Degree in Civil Law with Prof. em. Dr. Paul Wolf. During his studies, numerous studies accompanying law students and companies in the area of economic, individual and collective employment law as well as medical and medical liability law.
After the first state examination u.a. Practical training as a trainee lawyer in civil law at the district court of Wiesbaden and the prosecutor Wiesbaden, police headquarters Frankfurt am Main
Mana Amiri, Persian Lawyer firm in Frankfurt, Germany
After completing the second state examination Admission to the Bar by the Bar Association Frankfurt am Main. Attorney at Law Amiri has the valuable experience and special knowledge in employment law, medical and medical liability law as well as civil procedure law.
Attorney Amiri is a member of the German Bar Association (DAV)
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I dedicate my mandates with experience, knowledge, and enthusiasm. My way of working is characterized by efficiency, professionalism, and clarity of purpose. I develop an individual strategy for each case, which is tailored to the special legal situation, your personal goals, and interests. I always keep an eye on the feasible and advise you accordingly.
I attach great importance to a transparent and comprehensible fee structure. I will inform you about the expected costs before you start, and keep you up-to-date on all questions during the mandate so that no unexpected costs will come to you, thus allowing you full cost control and planning security.
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The first consultation at Mana Amiri
In addition, you can limit the representation to first, cost-effective consultation, if you have specific legal questions, but have not yet decided whether a further course of action makes sense at all.
Depending on the case and mandate, I offer the following billing options: