Katharina Liebe


Rechtsanwältin & Solicitor

Languages spoken: German, English


Mrs Liebe is admitted to the bar in Germany as well as in England & Wales and has been a Partner of ZIMMERs since 2016.



She was admitted to the German Bar (Munich, Bavaria) after completing her law studies at the Faculty of Law of the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich and her legal traineeship at the Higher Regional Court of Munich in 2011. During her legal traineeship, she worked as a research assistant for the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Social Law, inter alia in sports law.



As part of her work for ZIMMERs Rechtsanwälte, Ms Liebe has been representing and advising both private individuals and companies in contract law (drafting as well as enforcement), employment law, sports law and (debt) enforcement law for over 12 years. The focus of her work and specialisation is on cross-border matters, which require in-depth knowledge of private international law - especially after the exit from the EU. Mrs Liebe represents her clients in all questions of contract drafting, pre-action proceedings and in civil litigation in all instances of courts (County Court, High Court of Justice, Court of Appeal), previously successful in the Court of Appeal in Windhorst v Levy [2021] EWCA Civ 1802.




Further Areas of Law:


- Personal Injury

- Professional Negligence

- European Law





- British German Jurists‘ Association

- German Lawyers’ association

- The Lawyer Network (member for sports law)