Claire Pröbstle

Partner at Köchling & Krahnefeld since 2019
Lawyer since 2015

Claire Pröbstle specializes in planning and environmental law. Her focus is on advising on regional planning, planning approval and complex approval procedures for industrial and infrastructure projects, particularly in the energy and transport sectors. She advises project devlopers and authorities in all project phases both on legal issues and on the efficient management of planning processes and approval procedures. She focuses in particular on the law of planning, immission control, nature conservation, water and regional planning. Her work also includes representing project developers and authorities in proceedings before the administrative courts.

Furthermore, Claire Pröbstle advises in the public law aspects of transaction projects.

Claire Pröbstle studied at the Bucerius Law School in Hamburg and at the National Law School of India University in Bangalore (India) and completed her legal clerkship in Hamburg.

She is a member of the German Society for Environmental Law (GfU) and Bucerius Alumni e.V.