Christine lambrecht lebenslauf |Christine Lambrecht was born in Mannheim, Germany, as the daughter of Karin and Günther Lambrecht, and grew up in the town of Viernheim.
She attended the Albertus-Magnus-Gymnasium in Cologne, where she received her diploma in 1984. Following that, she went on to complete a Juris Doctorate at the University of Mannheim and the Johannes Gutenberg-University of Mainz, and she passed the First Jurisprudential State Examination in 1992.
Lambrecht completed the subsequent Legal Referendariat at the Landgericht Darmstadt in his own right.
She completed her Aufbaustudiengang zur Magistra der Verwaltungswissenschaften at the Deutschen Hochschule für Verwaltungswissenschaften Speyer in 1995 and passed the Second State Examination in the same year, completing her education.
Following that, Lambrecht worked as an independent legal consultant in Viernheim, Germany. In addition, she worked as a Dozentin for Handels- and Gesellschaftsrecht at the Berufsakademie Mannheim from 1988 until 1998.
Lambrecht joined the SPD in 1982 and served as a member of the Viernheim City Council from 1985 to 2001, where she held the position of mayor from 1997 to 2001. She was also a member of the Bergstraße Kreistag from 1989 to 1997, where she represented the district’s interests.
Lambrecht served as a member of the German Bundestag from 1998 to 2021, when he retired. Initially, she was elected to a directorial position in the Bergstraße electoral district in 1998 and 2002,
but she failed to win re-election four times in a row, and she was elected to the Bundestag through the state legislature. Earlier this year, Lambrecht announced that he will not be running for re-election in the 2021 federal elections.
The first five years of her legislative career were spent as an active member of the Legal, Sport, and Investigations Committees of the Senate.
In addition, she became a member of the SPD-Atomausstieg Bundestagsfraktion’s Working Group to help with the implementation of the nuclear-free world. Her party, the Parliamentary Linken, is represented in the parliamentary group.
2009 Re-election to the 17th German Bundestag; since the beginning of the 17th Legislative Period up to and including April 12, 2011,
she has served as the chairperson of the SPD-Working Bundestagsfraktion’s Group on Legal Policy; she has been a member of the SPD-Fraktionsvorstand Bundestagsfraktion’s since December 2009; and since April 12, 2011, she has served as the stellvertretende Fraktionsvorsitzende of the SPD-Bundestags
2013 re-election to the 18th German Bundestag; December 2013 until September 2017 First female Parliamentary Business Leader of the SPD-Bundestagsfraktion;
member of the German Bundestag’s ltestenrate; member of the governing Fraktionsvorstand, the Vermittlungsausschuss, and the joint advisory committee, as well as a member of the Richterwahlausschuss.
2017 Election to the 19th German Bundestag; since December 4, 2017, serving as Deputy Fraktionsvorsitzende of the SPD-Bundestagsfraktion, with responsibilities for finance, the budget, and European Union affairs.