Prof Dr Jan Kehrberg > GSK Stockmann > Berlin, Germany > Lawyer Profile

GSK Stockmann
10117 BERLIN

Work Department

  • Project development
  • Private construction
  • Public procurement


  • Partner GSK Stockmann Berlin


  • Formerly an academic member of staff at the Department of Civil Law, New Legal History and Roman Law, Professor Dr. Werner Schubert as well as temporary cooperation with Professor Dr. Jürgen Sonnenschein and Professor Dr. Edzard Schmidt-Jorzig
  • Worked with national and international law firms in the area of project development
  • Lecturer within masters programme Real Estate Management at Technical University Berlin
  • Honorary Professor at Technical University Berlin


  • English, German


  • Member of forum vergabe e.V.
  • Member of IMMOEBS e.V.
  • Member of G.i.F. Gesellschaft für Immobilienwirtschaftliche Forschung e.V. (Society of Property Researchers, Germany)
  • Member of the Construction and Real Estate Industry Committee, Berlin Chamber of Industry and Commerce


  • Lawyer, admitted to the Bar in 1997
  • Universities of Kiel, Leipzig and Posen (Poland)

Lawyer Rankings

Germany > Real estate and construction > Construction (including construction litigation)

(Leading individuals)

Jan Kehrberg – GSK Stockmann

GSK Stockmann routinely acts in cross-practice cooperation and focuses on urban project developments, smart cities, housing developments and retail centers as well as on private construction law and advises project developers, housing associations and retailers. The practice increasingly assists with sustainability-related issues, particularly in connection with smart cities, such as energy supply and waste disposal. Plant construction support is another key competence and focuses on the energy sector and energy infrastructure; here, the team is regularly instructed by industrial companies, DAX companies as well as clients from the smart city and renewable energy sectors. Practice head Jan Kehrberg focuses on project developments as well as construction, construction contract and public procurement law matters. The capacities in the public sector were particularly strengthened with the arrival of former Federal Foreign Minister Heiko Maas in January 2023; simultaneously, Jan Kramer, who comprehensively advises on project developments as well as construction and real estate law, was appointed to local partner. This is complemented by experience in contentious construction and architectural law matters, including litigation. Kerstin von Staa is well versed in approval procedures, including clients’ representation before administrative courts.