Vanessa-Alice Rohina

Commercial Lawyer, LL.B

Communicative. Resilient. Precise.

After completing her training as a paralegal at HENNINGSMEIER Attorneys-at-Law, Vanessa-Alice Rohina began her studies of commercial law at the University of Kassel. In 2018, she started working at CMS Hasche Sigle, a major law firm in Frankfurt am Main, while simultaneously continuing her commercial law studies on a part-time basis. After obtaining her law degree, she worked as a commercial lawyer in Frankfurt am Main. She has been a member of the BRRS team at the Melsungen office since December 2021.

Vanessa-Alice Rohina handles regular insolvency proceedings and assists operational management in corporate insolvencies.

She prefers to spend her free time with friends and family.

Education and professional career

2008 – 2010

Radko-Stöckl-Schule, Melsungen/Vocational diploma in business and administration

2011 – 2014

HENNINGSMEIER Attorneys-at-Law, Melsungen/Vocational training as paralegal

2014 – 2017

University of Kassel/Study of commercial law (Bachelor of Laws LL.B.)

2015 – 2016

Schmitt & Hahn Buch und Presse GmbH, Kassel/Student assistant

2016 – 2018

MLP Finanzdienstleistung SE, Kassel/Temporary help (student)

2018 – 2021

CMS Hasche Sigle Insolvenzberatung und -verwaltung, Frankfurt/Processing clerk for insolvency proceedings (full-time)

2019 –2021

HFH Hamburger Fernhochschule/Distance learning commercial law (online) Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.)


Randstad Germany GmbH & Co. KG, Frankfurt/Commercial lawyer


bhp Boegner Hensel&Partner, Frankfurt/Commercial lawyer

As of December 2021

Employed as a commercial lawyer at BRRS Attorneys-at-Law


Association of Commercial Lawyers [Vereinigung der Wirtschaftsjuristinnen und -juristen e.V.]
National Federation of Commercial Lawyers [Bundesverband der Wirtschaftsjuristen e.V.]
BS Inso — National Association of Processing Clerks in Insolvency Proceedings [Bundesvereinigung der Sachbearbeiter in Insolvenzsachen e.V.]


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