Ferdinand von Schirach

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Ferdinand von Schirach was born on 1964 in Munich, Germany, is a Lawyer, writer. Discover Ferdinand von Schirach’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 56 years old?

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OccupationLawyer, writer
Age56 years old
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BirthplaceMunich, Germany

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Ferdinand von Schirach Net Worth

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In 2018, he published another collection of twelve short stories, titled Strafe (Punishment). As explained in an interview with Deutschlandfunk Kultur, Strafe completes the trilogy he began with Verbrechen und Schuld; he had always planned it to take this form. Each of the volumes corresponds to the examination order of an indictment in a criminal court of law.


In September 2011, Piper Verlag published Schirach’s third book, Der Fall Collini (“The Collini Case”), which reached no. 2 on the bestseller list of Der Spiegel. The book tells of the murder of the industrialist Hans Meyer, who had been a Nazi officer in Italy. It deals, controversially, with the sometimes excessively mild ways in which the post-World War II justice system in Germany dealt with former Nazis.


In August 2010, his second book, Schuld (“Guilt”) appeared, again with Piper Verlag, and again it contains short stories drawing on von Schirach’s everyday experience as an attorney.


In August 2009, Schirach published the book Verbrechen (“Crime”) with the publisher Piper Verlag. The book remained on Der Spiegel’s bestseller list for 54 weeks. The collection of stories is based on cases from his chambers. Rights to the book were sold in more than 30 countries.


He grew up in Munich and Trossingen and was educated at the Jesuit college Kolleg St. Blasien, about which he wrote in connection with sexual harassment in the Catholic Church in Der Spiegel. After studies in Bonn and his Referendariat in Cologne and in Berlin he became an attorney in 1994, specialised in criminal law. Von Schirach is considered a prominent attorney and represented, among others, the BND spy Norbert Juretzko, and, in the so-called “Politbüro trial”, Günter Schabowski. He attracted attention in connection with the “Liechtenstein Tax Affair”, in which charges were brought against the German Federal Intelligence Service Bundesnachrichtendienst and when he complained to the Berlin data protection agency on behalf of the family of the late actor Klaus Kinski, when it allowed the publication of Kinski’s medical file. Schirach is active exclusively in the domain of criminal law.


Ferdinand von Schirach (born 1964 in Munich) is a German lawyer and writer. He published his first short stories at the age of forty-five. Shortly thereafter he became one of Germany’s most successful authors. His books, which have been translated into more than 35 languages, have sold millions of copies worldwide and have made him “an internationally celebrated star of German literature.”


A member of the noble Sorbian (West Slavic) Schirach family, he is the son of Munich businessman Robert von Schirach (1938–1980) and his wife Elke (née Fähndrich, 1942), a grandson of the National Socialist youth leader Baldur von Schirach, and a great-grandson of Hitler’s official photographer Heinrich Hoffmann. His American great-grandmother is a descendant of two signatories of the American Declaration of Independence and descends from the Founding Fathers of the United States and the Mayflower pilgrims.