Kätlin Ots


E-mail: Katlin.Ots@levinlaw.ee
Phone: : (+372) 686 0000


Kätlin focuses on corporate legal counseling and strengthens our dispute resolution competence. Kätlin also advises clients on issues related to intellectual property, finance and banking, real estate and planning, but also in other areas in need of economic knowledge. 

Kätlin has advised market players of the financial sector in preparing their applications for authorizations, which includes compiling the required internal rules. 

She has a strong public sector experience from the Ministry of Justice and, in addition to legal education, a Master's degree in Economics, which enables to advise clients on combining expertise in a variety of fields. 

Among other things, Kätlin has represented Estonia as a Human Rights Expert in the Council of Europe, has been involved in several European Union projects and has led various teams. Kätlin has also worked in the banking sector, where she focused on leasing projects and financial analysis.


  • University of Tartu, Law School, M.A. (2012)
  • University of Tartu, Law School, B.A. (2005)
  • Tallinn University of Technology, School of Business and Governance, M.A. (2002) cum laude


  • Estonian
  • English
  • Russian


    •  Estonian Bar Association (2018)

News and references

Riding at your own risk: A legal look at rental scooters

Artur Sanglepp , Kätlin Ots

Scooter sharing schemes are conquering the world—and often triggering emotional reactions. In the French city of Marseille, for instance, it has become a game of sorts for young people to throw them into the sea en masse. 

You either love or hate them, that much seems clear. But from a legal point of view, the matter isn’t quite as cut and dry. 


Your own land, and how to get to it

Kätlin Ots

Not every plot comes with its own access to a public road. In many cases, access is only possible by crossing—and thus using—someone else’s property. Where the agreement in place is clear and simple, this isn’t an issue. But where it isn’t, things might become difficult very quickly.

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