Philipp Kirchheim


Philipp Kirchheim is a partner and Head of the German Desk and therefore coordinates the service provided to German-speaking clients. Furthermore, he is the Co Head of Marimón Abogados office in Seville.

Areas of expertise:

His professional career has been linked to the legal practice in the tourist and real estate sectors, as well as the renewable energy sector. The most relevant operations which he has coordinated relate to the development, acquisition, sale and financing of portfolios of shopping centers, logistics, joint hotels and large photovoltaic parks. He also assists individuals with large equities in the fiscal sphere and in relation to real estate planning.

Philipp Kirchheim has written numerous articles and co-authored several books on Spanish Law, in the areas of Real Estate Law, and in the sectors of construction and renewable energy, among others. He participates as a speaker in conferences in Spain, Germany, Austria and Switzerland. He has been Vice-President of the circle of German speaking Executives (Kreis Deutschsprachiger Führungskräfte) in Barcelona for several years, ​​KDF is an association of more than 200 German-speaking executives, which includes representatives from the most important companies from German-speaking countries. 

Chambers & Partners ranks him as Foreign expert in Germany in the field of Corporate and M&A, also Best Lawyers® ranks him as one of the best lawyers in the field of Corporate and M&A. Moreover, Chambers & Partners ranks the Corporate and Commercial department in Band 4 and interviewed clients remark that: Marimón’s service is precisely what a dynamic company needs further explaining that: “the advice is technically accurate, efficient and focused on problem solving” (2022). 

Academic Background:

Philipp Kirchheim studied Law in Friburgo i.Br. and Munich (Germany) and he is a dual qualified lawyer, Rechtsanwalt in Germany (Munich) and Lawyer in Spain (Barcelona). For more than 20 years he has been providing advice to companies and individuals concerning their investments and divestments in Spain.


  • German
  • English
  • Spanish