Gero Dimter has been the vice president of the Stiftung Preussischer Kulturbesitz (Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation) since 2019. He previously worked at Kammergericht Berlin, the state’s highest court.
Gero Dimter, who was born in Dresden in 1976, studied law in Dresden and completed his internship in Berlin, where he also passed the second state law examination in 2003. Dimter worked as a lawyer before becoming a judge in Berlin in 2004. After serving in the regional court and various local courts, he was the adviser for justice and consumer protection in the Brussels office of the State of Berlin from 2010 to 2012. In 2013, Dimter initially became a representative and later a member of a civil chamber at Kammergericht Berlin. Since April 2014, he has directed Administrative Department V in the presidential administration of the Kammergericht, whose responsibilities include the general budget, the library, and the central office for wages and remuneration of the Berlin Ministry of Justice.