Attorney Mag. Gamsjäger, Your Lawyer in Austria
Attorney Mag. Stefan Gamsjäger has a profound understanding of administrative issues. After studying law and completing his legal internship at the District Court Telfs, District Court Kitzbühel and Regional Court Innsbruck, Attorney at law Gamsjäger specialised in the areas of administrative law, administrative criminal law and municipal law. In the area of administrative law, Gamsjäger is especially concerned with the areas of public construction law, land use planning and zoning, all of which he possesses comprehensive expert knowledge in.
After completing his Magister (degree in law), Stefan Gamsjäger did a legal apprenticeship in the state of Tyrol with the Innsbruck District Council, after which he worked as a lawyer in the legal department and as Deputy Head of the Public Construction Authority in the Municipality of Telfs. He worked as an administrative lawyer for over ten years. During this time, Mag. Gamsjäger also successfully completed the Civil Service Exam for Occupation Group A (legally trained civil service), thereby distinguishing himself from most Austrian lawyers who do not have this essential additional training and practical experience.
Thanks to his comprehensive practical experience in municipal law, Attorney at law Gamsjäger also regularly works as a legal representative for various Tyrolean municipalities and as a lecturer. He has lectured on various subjects for the following institutions, among others:
- Professional Association of Senior Municipal Employees Tyrol
- WIFI Tirol, District Offices Imst and Schwaz
- Tyrolean Bar Association
Attorney at law Gamsjäger regularly represents national and international clients before the Austrian civil and administrative courts. As a result, he has many years of practical experience in litigation and negotiations as well as in the extrajudicial settlement of disputes.
Area Of Expertise:
- Construction law and land use planning
- Municipal and administrative law
- Civil law and litigation
- Tort law with a focus on warranty and liability of construction defects
- Tenancy law and the right of abode
- Marriage, family and inheritance law
- Criminal law