VITAStephan Kaminsky studied law at the Humboldt University of Berlin. After completing his legal traineeship at the Court of Appeal in Berlin, with a focus on special administrative law, he went on to sit his second state examinations in November 2002.
After being admitted to the Bar in January 2003, Stephan Kaminsky initially worked as a lawyer at a law firm specialized exclusively in real estate law. In this role, he bore sole responsibility for private construction law matters. In December 2004, Stephan Kaminsky moved on to join Leinemann Partner Rechtsanwälte and has been a partner at the firm since 2010. In July 2015 , Stephan Kaminsky took on the challenge of developing and leading the Munich office.
Stephan Kaminsky advises and represents his clients in all matters related to construction law in the private sector. His particular focus is on engineering, structural engineering, civil engineering and infrastructure projects - providing ongoing support and conducting legal proceedings on behalf of his clients. His activities also center on providing legal support during construction and plant engineering projects involving foreign parties, including the implementation of the FIDIC Conditions of Contract. In the procurement law area, Stephan Kaminsky not only represents bidders during the bid preparation process and in review procedures before the awarding bodies and authorities but also works on behalf of contracting parties, helping these with their contract design and tender evaluation. He is the author of numerous articles on construction and procurement law and also lectures in both legal fields at in-house training sessions and practical training seminars. In addition, he is a visiting lecturer in private commercial law at the Berlin School of Economics and Law. The Handelsblatt has named him one of the best lawyers in Germany in the field of "construction law" in 2021.
Stephan Kaminsky is specialized on construction and architectural law and a member of both the Munich Bar Association and the Deutscher Baugerichtstag e. V. (German Construction Law Society). He is also a member of the Society of Construction Law in the UK.