Dr. Christian Fröba started his legal studies at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich and later changed over to the University of Bayreuth, where he took the first legal state exam.
He spent his practical legal training at the Higher District Court of Munich, where he also took the second legal state exam. During his practical legal training, Dr. Fröba was at times delegated to the German University of Administrative Sciences in Speyer. He gained a doctorate on a criminal law subject at the University of Bayreuth in 2008.
Dr. Christian Fröba has been admitted to the bar since 2007, and since 2010 he has also been an accredited specialist in criminal law.
From spring 2007 until the end of 2011 he worked at Eckstein & Leitner in Munich, a law firm exclusively specialising in criminal law. At the beginning of 2012, he joined the newly founded law firm Eckstein & Kollegen. Dr. Christian Fröba practises in all areas of criminal law and particularly specialises in commercial criminal law and retrial law.
Since 2016 Dr. Christian Fröba is associate professor at the University Wismar of Applied Sciences and teaches in the field of white collar crime.
In the current Focus Special Edition 2019 Dr. Christian Fröba is listed as a top lawyer for criminal law in Germany and recommended again disproportionately by colleagues. In addition, Wirtschaftswoche lists him in the 15/2019 edition of the list of the most renowned lawyers for business criminal law.
Languages: German, English
Dr. Christian Fröba is a member of the German Bar Association (Deutscher Anwaltverein), the Munich Bar Association, the Criminal Law Section of the German Bar Association, of the commercial criminal law association (Wirtschaftsstrafrechtliche Vereinigung e.V.), the European Criminal Bar Association (ECBA), the forum of young lawyers (Forum Junge Anwaltschaft) and in the association of German criminal defenders (Deutsche Strafverteidiger e.V.), there is the legislation Committee.
Since 2011 he has been a judge at the youth sports tribunal (Jugendsportgericht Oberbayern) of the Bavarian Football Association, since summer 2014 as Presiding judge.
Regensburg: Lecture on “Major offenses and correct conduct during searches”, information and further education course “Legal risks for owners of craft enterprises”, organized by the Central Association of German Crafts in cooperation with the Ludwig-Fröhler-Institut
Rostock: Presentation on criminal law during insolvency and right behavior in searches, seminar “insolvency law in craft advisory, presented by the central association of German craft.
Airbase Wittmundhafen, Wittmund: A lecture on the subject of international security policy and financial markets mechanisms to officers of fighter squadron 71.
Comment on the decision of the OLG Frankfurt am Main v. 21.12.2020, Az. 3 Ws 852/20, in: NStZ 2021, 383 ff.
“Verschleifungsverbot” and “Zweckverfehlungslehre” at bed donations and deceit -also note to Munich Higher Regional Court, decision of 11.11.2013, 4 StrR 184/13 “, Stransf 2014 S. 500ff (with Attorney and Accredited Specialist in Criminal Law Dr. Sascha Straube, M.A.).
“Strafbarkeit der Verwendung nicht zugelassener Ausgangsstoffe bei der Herstellung von Zytostatikarezepturen” (dealing with the criminal liability regarding the use of unauthorised source substances for producing cytostatic formulae), StraFo 2011, pages 344 et seq. (with Attorney and Accredited Specialist in Criminal Law Frank Eckstein and Attorney and Accredited Specialist in Medical Law Dr. Isabel Häser).
“Rechtsschutz gegen die nachträgliche Anordnung molekular-genetischer Untersuchungen” (dealing with the legal protection against the subsequent request for moleclar-genetic analyses), StraFo 2010, pages 483 et seq.
“Die Reichweite des § 129a StGB bei der Bekämpfung des transnationalen islamistischen Terrorismus” (dealing with the reach of section 129a German Criminal Code in combating transnational Islamic terrorism), Publishing House Peter Lang, Frankfurt am Main, 2009.