Marie-Christin Bareuther specializes in international sports arbitration, sports, and esports law. Another focus of her practice is commercial arbitration.
Before joining Lévy Kaufmann-Kohler, Marie-Christin practiced law in Germany. She worked as an associate at the Hamburg office of the international law firm Luther, advising and representing clients in disputes before arbitral tribunals (DIS, ICSID) and state courts. Her practice focused on commercial and corporate disputes, as well as disputes in the energy and infrastructure sectors, and international investment disputes.
As a German national, Marie-Christin studied law with an emphasis on private international law and commercial law at the University of Passau. She completed her legal training in Germany, among others at the law firm Martens Lawyers in Munich and at the Hamburg Sports Agency. She further holds a Ph.D. (Dr. iur.) in international sports arbitration from the University of Bern (Switzerland) and a master’s degree (LL.M.) from Bond University (Australia) with a focus on dispute resolution.
Marie-Christin researches and publishes on esports law, especially with respect to arbitration. In addition, she is a member of the board of the Junges Netzwerk Sportrecht, an association that promotes the exchange of knowledge on sports law in German-speaking countries.
Transparenz in der internationalen Sportschiedsgerichtsbarkeit: Zur Öffentlichkeit von Verfahren und Entscheidungen des Court of Arbitration for Sport
Peter Lang, 2020, 390 pages
Der eSport und die Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit: Gibt es bald einen eCAS?
SpoPrax 2022, pp. 425-432
Das Bundesverfassungsgericht zur Zwangsschiedsgerichtsbarkeit und Öffentlichkeit der Verhandlung in CAS-Verfahren
SpoPrax 2022, pp. 361-366