Katharina Bratvogel is an associate at GLADE MICHEL WIRTZ in the COMPETITION practice. She advises German and international clients on issues relating to German and European anti-trust law.
Katharina Bratvogel studied law at the University of Bielefeld with a focus on Corporate, International Private and European Private Law. As a minor subject, she completed a training programme for French law. After passing her First Legal State Exam, she worked as a research assistant at the University of Bielefeld. In 2015 she received a doctorate degree in law from the University of Bielefeld with a thesis on an International Private and European Private Law topic.
During her legal clerkship, amongst other things, Katharina Bratvogel worked at a leading international law firm in Frankfurt am Main. She passed her Second Legal Exam in 2017.
Katharina Bratvogel is a member of the German Studienvereinigung Kartellrecht.
In addition to her mother tongue German Katharina Bratvogel also speaks English and French and has a basic knowledge of Spanish.
In her leisure time Katharina Bratvogel likes spending time with her family and friends and also enjoys hiking.
Recently and at present, Katharina Bratvogel has advised on the following matters: