Cheyenne Blum,

Ms. Blum, where do you get your motivation to fight for your clients?

"In white-collar crime proceedings, there are often a large number of parties involved and there are some special features to be taken into account, especially when dealing with the authorities. It is difficult for individuals and companies to effectively assert their rights and interests within this framework – we take care of that. This sometimes requires dealing with a wide variety of problems in a very short time, which makes the profession exciting and challenging at the same time. Even though it may sometimes seem like a David versus Goliath battle, I take this all the more as an incentive to find the best possible solution for our clients. Giving up is not an option!"

Licensed since 2023, Languages: German, English

  • Attorney at Law at stetter Rechtsanwälte since 2023

  • Legal training in Munich

  • Member of the Munich Bar Association
  • Member of the Wirtschaftsstrafrechtliche Vereinigung e.V. (WiSteV)
  • Member of the German Bar Association (Deutscher Anwaltverein), working group Criminal Law, Member of the Forum Junge Strafverteidigerinnen und Strafverteidiger (JUST)
  • Mitglied in Women’s White Collar Defense Association (WWCDA)
  • Member of the Association of female white collar and tax crime lawyers (JuWiSt e.V.)