Angelika Niebler is an of counsel in the Munich office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. She is heavily engaged in female lawyers’ empowerment and diversity efforts at the firm.
Prior to joining Gibson Dunn, Angelika practiced at different international law firms with focus on IT and Media and focused on providing legal and strategic advice on European and international law to companies with European and global interests. Since 1999, she is Member of the European Parliament.
Angelika is a member of the University Council of the University of Applied Sciences Munich, the Board of Trustees of the Technical University of Munich and the Board of Trustees of the ifo Institute. She is also Vice-President of the Foundation Board of the German Institute for International and Security Affairs and President of the Bavarian Economic Council.
Since 2009, she is lecturing at the Faculty of Business Administration at the University of Applied Sciences Munich, where she has been appointed honorary professor in 2016.
Angelika has been honored in 2008 with the European Medal of the Free State of Bavaria, in 2010 with the Bavarian Constitutional Medal in Silver, in 2011 with the Bavarian Order of Merit and in 2017 with the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany.
She studied law in Geneva and at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, from where she also obtained her doctor’s degree in 1992. She has been admitted as a German lawyer (Rechtsanwältin) since 1991.
Angelika speaks German, English and French.
Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich - 1992 Dr. jur.
Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich - 1988 Law Degree
Germany - Rechtsanwältin