Silke Möller is a member of the founding team of GLADE MICHEL WIRTZ and a partner in the Competition practice. She advises German and international clients on issues relating to German and European antitrust law. Her areas of expertise include national and international merger control including FDI proceedings, cartel proceedings of the European Commission and the German Federal Cartel Office as well as the advice of companies in developing, (re)structuring and implementing Compliance Management Systems.
Silke Möller studied law at the Universities of Münster and Barcelona. During her LL.M.-studies at King's College London she concentrated on European antitrust law and was awarded a doctorate from the University of Bonn with a comparative thesis on European and US-American antitrust law. She is a member of the Studienvereinigung Kartellrecht, the IBA's Antitrust Section, the ClaSF, and the German-American Lawyers’ Association. Silke Möller, a native German speaker, is also fluent in English and has basic knowledge in French and Spanish.
Chambers, The Legal500, Who's Who Legal, Best Lawyers, JUVE, the Wirtschaftswoche and further publications recommend Silke Möller as renowned expert for antitrust and compliance law. W@Competition has honoured Silke as one of the "40 in their 40s - Notable Women Competition Professionals in Europe, the Americas and Africa". In the select ranking "Women in Antitrust 2021" Global Competition Review recognises her as one of the leading antitrust experts worldwide. Silke is a lecturer at Westphalian University for Applied Sciences and a regular speaker at national and international conferences, e.g. of the Global Competition Review or the European Competition Lawyers’ Association.
She loves traveling, culinary discoveries, literature, modern art and the discourse about those topics.
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