Dr. Stefan Kaufmann
Corporate Law, Law of Associations and Foundations, Intellectual Property Law, Press and Media Law
After studying law in Tübingen and Leiden/Netherlands, Dr Kaufmann worked as a research assistant to Prof. Dr George Turner at the University of Hohenheim. This was followed by a doctorate with the constitutional law expert Prof. Dr. Thomas Oppermann at the Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen on a subject of European and international law. After completing his legal clerkship in Stuttgart with stays abroad in Bordeaux, Brussels and London, Dr Kaufmann worked as a lawyer (among others at Löffler Wenzel Sedelmeier in Stuttgart), most recently since September 2007 at the law firm Blaich & Partner.
Before his election to the Bundestag in 2009 as a directly elected member of parliament for the electoral district of Stuttgart I, Dr Kaufmann advised private companies, public bodies and private individuals on corporate law and intellectual property law and assisted in the establishment of charitable foundations.
Dr Kaufmann also has particular expertise in the area of media law, especially in representing private individuals in cases of infringement of personal rights in the media.