Board Members

Dr. Alfons Schulze-Hagen Mannheim, Germany

Personal Details born 1952 in Düsseldorf; married, 4 children
Education Humanistic High School;
1970 – 1974 Studies of Philosophy in Freiburg and Munich
1974 – 1981 Studies of law with doctoral thesis in Bonn and Berlin
Qualifications and Past Experience 1981 – 1986 Attorney at law in Berlin
1987: Establishment of a private law firm specialized in
construction law in Mannheim
1990 – 2010: Establishing and managing a publishing
house with respect to the construction law as sole
shareholder and director; then complete share sale
Current Occupation Attorney/Lawyer, Arbitrator, Adjudicator
Senior Partner of law firm Schulze-Hagen - Horschitz – Hauser
Expertise Arbitration and Adjudication in national and international construction law, mostly dealt with cases of power plant construction
Current Matters Arbitration on claims and delay damages concerning the construction of a coal fired power plant in Germany (Chairman; amount in dispute: EUR 120 Mio.)
Several international DAB–proceedings concerning the construction of an off-shore windfarm in North Sea (DAB-member; total amount in dispute: EUR 370
Pursuing defect claims concerning a power plant in Italy (Party representative; amount in dispute: EUR 2,5 Mio)
Selected Publications Editor of Construction Law Journal IBR
Editor of Construction Law Databank ibr-online
More than 1000 reviews of case law judgments concerning Construction Law
Numerous essays in law journals
Co-author of a commentary on German Construction Law
My ICLA-Philosophy There are different construction law families in the world. It is important that they learn from each other.