Gabrielle Kohlmeier is an associate in the Washington, D.C. office of Latham & Watkins, where she is primarily involved in complex litigation matters and merger review issues, particularly in the areas of antitrust and competition, in both the United States and abroad. Representative industries include air passenger and cargo transportation, baby products, fiberglass insulation, hospital services, power and fuel devices and in vitro diagnostic testing instruments. Her pro bono work involves representation of clients in the fields of asylum, adoption and endangered species law. She is also active in working with the Children’s Law Center and in coordinating Buildable Hours, a non-profit organization of law firms committing financial and physical resources to build homes with local Habitat for Humanity organizations.
Ms. Kohlmeier earned a Masters degree with an international economics concentration from George Washington University and a JD from The George Washington University Law School, where she was the Senior Managing Editor of the George Washington Law Review. During her graduate studies, Ms. Kohlmeier worked as a graduate fellow at Kissinger McLarty Associates, an international economic and political consulting firm.
Ms. Kohlmeier is a member of the American Bar Association’s Antitrust Law Section, where she has served as the Young Lawyer Representative for the Economics Committee and recently moderated a panel on “The Fundamentals of Working with Economic Experts.” She is currently an assistant editor on the Antitrust Law Journal. She is also a member of the ABA Young Lawyers Division, and the Women’s Bar Association of the District of Columbia. A native of Germany, she is fluent in German and proficient in French.