Constantin Nuernberger

Associate, New York



Constantin Nuernberger is a litigation associate in New York and a member of White & Case's Global Antitrust/Competition Group.

His practice focuses on complex antitrust matters that raise domestic as well as international implications, with an emphasis on the pharmaceutical industry. Constantin litigates a wide range of antitrust cases, including class actions and competitor lawsuits.

Constantin is a founding member and serves as White & Case's Global Co-Chair of Beyond Barriers, an affinity network that promotes accessibility at White & Case. He also maintains an active pro-bono practice devoted to the advancement of persons with disabilities in the legal profession.

Prior to joining White & Case, Constantin served as a foreign policy advisor to the Permanent Mission of the Federal Republic of Germany to the United Nations. In that capacity, Constantin helped negotiate key elements of the 2016 Review of the United Nations Peacebuilding Architecture.

Constantin further has significant experience in transatlantic relations. Among other credentials, Constantin interned with the Communications Department of the German Federal Ministry of Finance. He also was selected to attend in an exchange program while in law school with the Bucerius Law School in Hamburg, Germany.

He obtained his JD from Emory University School of Law, and graduated magna cum laude from Davidson College. Constantin is a member of Phi Beta Kappa in recognition of academic excellence.

Bars and Courts
New York
Juris Doctor
Emory University School of Law
Bachelor of Arts
Davidson College