Ulrike Müller-Bank specialises in the field of white-collar crime, offences regarding accounting law and audit law. A particular focus is the legal representation of auditors and auditing companies in criminal investigations, professional supervisory proceedings, proceedings before the Court of Professional Conduct as well as civil proceedings.
She studied law at the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena from 1998 to 2003. Afterwards, she completed her practical legal training within the District of the Regional Court Erfurt with a focus on justice and juvenile criminal law in 2005. She gained her initial experience in criminal law during her criminal and elective training at the Erfurt Public Prosecutor's Office in the Domestic Violence and Sexual Offenses Department.
Since her admission to the bar in 2006, Ulrike Müller-Bank worked as an attorney at bock legal PartG mbB in Frankfurt am Main until the beginning of 2020, focusing on professional liability law, D&O/Corporate Governance and insurance law. In addition, she acted as monitoring counsel. In February 2020, Ulrike Müller-Bank joined Ernst & Young GmbH Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft as in-house counsel in the General Counsel's Office. In addition to managing civil liability cases, her duties in the Litigation department included coordinating professional regulatory proceedings at the German Chamber of Public Accountants (Wirtschaftsprüferkammer) and APAS as well as providing comprehensive support in preliminary proceedings and other criminal law issues against professionals.
In August 2021, Ulrike Müller-Bank joined the law firm DIERLAMM Rechtsanwälte as Counsel.