Christian Feltl, born in 1981, received a doctorate of laws at the University of Vienna in 2007. Thereafter, he completed his Master-studies in European and International Business law. As an associate, he was working for renowned business law firms in Vienna.
Originally a research assistant at the Institute of Civil and Business Law of the University of Economics and Business Administration Vienna (chair: Professor Kalss) and, thereafter, a post-doc assistant at the Institute of Business Law at the University of Vienna (chair: Professor Aicher) with teaching assignments, inter alia, at the Iwan-Franko University L'viv (Lemberg/Ukraine) and the Jagiellonian University Krakow (Poland), Christian Feltl has been a Lecturer since 2014 for Business-Related Private Law, Business Law as well as Corporate Law at the Private University Schloss Seeburg. Furthermore, he teaches at the College of Applied Sciences of the BFI Vienna and at the WIFI Vienna.
Christian Feltl received awards for numerous scientific publications, especially in the field of corporate law, for example the Award of the Association of Banks and Bankers (2015) and the Walter Kastner-Award (2009).