Christopher Drolz, LL.M. (WU) is an associate of Baker McKenzie's IPTech team in Vienna. Prior to joining the Firm, he worked as an industry certified network technician and system administrator at several companies and as a scientific employee at a renowned Austrian law firm. He studied business law at the Vienna University of Economics and Business, completed the United Nations’ Global Advancement Programme in Political and Diplomatic Studies and gained valuable experiences at the Queensland University of Technology.
Christopher Drolz advises multinational and domestic clients on software licensing, data protection, IT outsourcing, copyright, cyber security and e-commerce matters. Furthermore, he works on the IT aspects of mergers, acquisitions, financings, joint ventures, reorganizations and other strategic alliances. Christopher has experience in the IT services, software, and telecommunications industries.
- Vienna University of Economics and Business (LLM) (2020)
- Queensland University of Technology (2019)
- Vienna University of Economics and Business (LLB) (2018)
- Co-author (with Lukas Feiler), "DSGVO erleichtert Machine Learning für autonome Fahrzeuge," Industrie Magazin, 3 March 2021
- Author, "Brexit and its legal-political significance," AFA GAP-Journal 2017/18
Baker McKenzie Rechtsanwälte LLP & Co KG is a member of Baker & McKenzie International, a Swiss Verein.