Martin Zankl is an associate in our Vienna office. He is a member of the corporate and M&A practice group, focusing on cross-border transactions and capital markets law.

Martin Zankl holds a law degree (Mag. iur.) and an economics degree (LL.B. oec), with a specialization in financial markets and services, from the University of Salzburg. During his studies, he spent several months in Denmark and Malta. In addition, he holds a postgraduate degree in International Business Law (LL.M., cum laude) from the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Martin received several scholarships and awards for his academic achievements. During and after his studies he interned in the area of corporate law at other prestigious international law firms in Austria and the Netherlands.

Martin Zankl is fluent in German and English and has a basic knowledge of French and Dutch.


  • Zankl, The Effects of CETA on the Continuous Implementation of the Precautionary Principle within the European Union, Global Trade and Customs Journal 2019/14 (4), 179
  • Zankl, The Precautionary Principle and the effects of CETA on its continuous implementation within the European Union, StAW 2017/4, 255