Christian Notdurfter is an Italian qualified lawyer (Bozen/Bolzano Bar Association) specialising in international trade, intellectual property and data protection law. He offers his services mainly to SMEs and large companies in connection with their international affairs as well as to data protection officers in relation to strategic data protection issues, both inbound and outbound. He authors articles and speaks at conferences and seminars on the areas of primary practice.
Before concentrating on the aforementioned areas of law, Christian has gained broad experience, inter alia, at the European Parliament in Brussels and Strasbourg, the headquarters’ legal affairs department of an aerospace and defence corporation in Paris as well as at law firms in Heidelberg, Bozen/Bolzano and Milan. He has also taught legal methodology at Innsbruck University.
Christian has been educated at Innsbruck University (in cooperation with Padua University) and the University of Wales, Cardiff Law School. He has pursued further education including at IlSole24Ore Business School (Milan), NIBI New Institute for International Business (Milan), and the Institute for Information Law of Amsterdam University.
Christian is fluent in German, Italian and English. He has also a good command of the French language and a basic knowledge of Spanish.