In addition to their professional specialisations, Böhler’s lawyers share their knowledge and experience by working in a number of practice groups:
- International humanitarian law
- Intelligence services
- International human rights
- International activism
The international legal order is becoming increasingly complex, and aspects of the law are becoming more opaque as a result. The historically strict divisions between different fields of law and between national and international law have broken down. As a result, it is often much harder to ascertain which law applies, and how to choose the appropriate forum.
Böhler is convinced that this trend will continue in future. Lawyers will need to be able to move outside their own specialisations and between different fields of law. This is why Böhler has chosen to work in practice groups. Intense cooperation between lawyers helps them to analyse and prepare for even the most complex cases.