Manuel Operhalsky

Manuel Operhalsky was born in 1984 in Berlin and grew up there.

He studied law from 2004 to 2010 at the Humboldt University of Berlin. During his studies, he worked at a charity and gathered valuable experience in the areas of medical care and long-term care, which are now among his practice areas. During his legal apprenticeship at the Berlin Superior Court of Justice, he worked for numerous firms, many of which specialized in criminal law.

After completing his apprenticeship, he moved in early 2013 to a lawyer’s position at the firm Danckert Spiller Richter Bärlein and began his legal career. He has been working as a lawyer at DANCKERT BÄRLEIN & PARTNER since January 2016 and became a partner in January 2019. In addition, he has been certified as a specialist lawyer for criminal law in 2016.

T +49 (0)30 887 28 39 0 (Assistant: Ines Lindner)
F +49 (0)30 887 28 39 29

Teaching and Lectures

  • Regular presentations and workshops on various criminal-law subjects in hospitals, healthcare facilities, and long-term care facilities
  • Various workshops in companies on individual criminal law problems of everyday business life
  • Training courses for members of the consulting and financial services industry on the basics of bogus self-employment
  • In-house seminar series for employees of public authorities on the basics of criminal liability in public administration


  • Deutscher Anwaltverein (DAV)
  • Vereinigung Berliner Strafverteidiger e.V.
  • Juristische Gesellschaft zu Berlin e.V.


  • Autor des Newsletters der Gesellschaft für Straf- und Managerrechtschutz mbH
  • Gefährliche Wege – AIA-Standard, in: DATEV magazin, Ausgabe 02/2018
  • Flexibel, aber aufrecht – Recht und Anstand im Anwaltsberuf, in: DATEV magazin, Ausgabe 01/2019
  • Legitimes Mittel? – Verbundeinsätze, in: DATEV magazin, Ausgabe 06/2023

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