Georg Fellner, LL.M.

Georg Fellner, LL.M.: Attorney with Brauneis Klauser Prändl Rechtsanwälte GmbH


2001 Student exchange program at the University of Rotterdam; 2002 Law degree, University of Vienna; 2002 - 2003 Postgraduate studies on Information Law & Legal Information (LL.M. 2003), University of Vienna; 2003 - 2008 associate with bkp; partner with bkp since 2008; associate lecturer for IT law at the bfi college Vienna; regularly lecturing in the area of IT law particularly regarding software.

Areas of Practice (5)

  • Information Technology
  • Computer Software Law
  • Contracts
  • E-Commerce
  • Telecommunications

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
+ 1 532 12 10  Phone
+ 1 532 12 10 20  Fax
University Attended:
University of Vienna, Mag.iur., 2002
Law School Attended:
University of Vienna, LL.M., 2003
Year of First admission:
2008, Austria
Austrian Bar Association.
Special Agencies:
Scientific community of interest for information law IT-LAW.AT
German and English

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Vienna, Austria

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