Gunnar Schulte


Year of Call 2014



General Profile


Gunnar joined Chambers in October 2017 having completed pupillage at another commercial chancery set in Lincoln’s Inn.  Prior to commencing pupillage, Gunnar worked as a trainee at the Directorate-General for Competition of the European Commission. Gunnar studied law at the University of Oxford, where he obtained a BCL with distinction, and the London School of Economics, where he graduated with a first class degree. He was called to the Bar in 2014 and was graded outstanding on the BPTC.

 

Gunnar is a recipient of the Prince of Wales scholarship of Gray’s Inn. He is a bilingual German speaker.

 

 

Areas of Emphasis

 

Insolvency - all aspects of both corporate and individual insolvency, including all stages of winding-up and bankruptcy, rescission and setting aside statutory demands.

 

Commercial chancery - all aspects of commercial litigation, applications, construction of contracts, sale of goods, partnership and guarantees.

 

General chancery and company - all aspects of company law, family provision, wills and trusts.

 

Property - all aspects including conveyancing, mortgages, easements and restrictive covenants.

Landlord and tenant – all aspects including residential and business, possession, secured and assured tenancies.

 

 

Career and Associations

 

BCL (Distinction) Lincoln College, University of Oxford

Bar Professional Training Course (Outstanding)

LLB (First Class Honours), London School of Economics

Prince of Wales Scholar, Gray’s Inn

 

 

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