Bonn Berlin Leipzig London Brussels Munich

Competence and
Trust since 1929

History and development

1929
Hans Dahs Sr. († 1972) founds the Bonn office – Practice area: civil law
1954
Hans Dahs Sr., who had gained a national reputation as a criminal defence lawyer, and Konrad Redeker († 2013), form a firm. Additional practice area: constitutional and administrative law.
1958
Kurt Schön († 1986) joins as the third partner. The firm’s civil and commercial law practice is extended.
1964
Criminal lawyer Prof Dr Hans Dahs Jr., son of the founding partner, joins the firm.
1968
Administrative lawyer Dr Dieter Sellner joins the firm.
1990
The Leipzig office is opened.
1991
The London office is opened.
1997
The Berlin office is opened.
2003
The Brussels office is opened.
2013
The Munich office is opened.

Redeker Sellner Dahs has been providing its services throughout Germany from the outset. The establishment of the Leipzig, Berlin, Brussels, London, and Munich offices, as well as the firm’s collaboration with law firms in other EU Member States and in the USA, supplement the advice which the firm is able to offer both at national and international level.

Redeker Sellner Dahs is growing – unlike most other German law practices today – in terms of both personnel and professional expertise and based on its own strengths and skills.