Christina Ermisch primarily advises on all matters pertaining to commercial and distribution law, general contract law, and dispute resolution, in and out of court.
Christina Ermisch was born in 1985. After successfully training at the Local Court of Osnabrück (Germany) to become a judicial clerk, she studied law at Humboldt University in Berlin (Germany) and at the University of Sydney (Australia). She then carried out her legal training at the Higher Regional Court of Berlin, which included working for the German Federal Foreign Office (headquarters in Berlin and Consulate General in New York (USA)) and for the German development agency Gesellschaft für internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) in Kazakhstan, amongst others. In addition, she worked for a wellknown company as a research assistant. Christina Ermisch joined Luther in February 2018. She deals with litigation and complex disputes issues.