Sylvia Pfaff-Hofmann advises foreign companies in international commercial law, company foundation and mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in Germany. Her practice also focuses on European and German residence and migration law.

Mrs. Pfaff-Hofmann studied law at the University of Trier (1st state examination in 1997). She spent a semester abroad at the University College Dublin, specialising in European law. From 1997 to 1998, she studied Korean language and culture at the Seoul National University.

Mrs. Pfaff-Hofmann has written numerous essays on migration and European law. In 2010, she completed the specialist course in commercial and corporate law. Ever since, she has been a member of the working group for commercial and corporate law at the German Bar Association (“DeutscherAnwaltsverein”).

In addition to her full-time work as a lawyer, she also works as a lecturer for advanced training courses and seminars. She is a honorary member of the Rotary Club and the German-Korean Legal Society (“Deutsch-Koreanische Juristische Gesellschaft e.V.”).

She speaks German and English.