Ms. Sabrina May is an attorney for labor law by conviction. Already during her law studies at the University of Augsburg and during her legal clerkship at the Higher Regional Court of Munich, she focused on her legal training in the elective stations. She worked in renowned law firms in Düsseldorf, Munich and Augsburg and thus gained profound insights into the tasks and working methods of successful employment law firms. In addition to her studies, Ms. May became acquainted with the diversity of the working world as a self-employed service provider and employee.
She is able to overview difficult situations with prudence and wisdom and is able to grasp all essential parts of a described life circumstance. Her strong communication skills and empathy enable her to quickly recognize her clients' problems. Her sensitive understanding of the personal situation of her clients enables her to provide legally, economically and humanly appropriate advice. The human being is always in the foreground for her.
She understands how to explain existing legal problems to a personally affected layperson in an understandable and empathetic manner. In this way, Ms. May creates the basis for successful and trusting client care. At all times, she conveys the feeling that one has a competent and empathetic contact person at one's side with one's manifold concerns. With her distinct strategic understanding, she develops an individual strategy tailored to the person concerned. Her great negotiating skills make it possible to achieve the best possible outcome in all employment law issues and problems. Ms. May can react flexibly to any negotiation situation and thus optimize the negotiation process. The focus should be on consensual solutions without excluding contentious proceedings. In a trusting dialogue with her client, Ms. May coordinates every important procedural step.
She will deepen her professional knowledge and skills through further training to become a specialist attorney for labor law.
As a passionate lawyer, Ms. May will be happy to take on your legal mandate in all employment law matters.