German lawyer (Rechtsanwältin), specialist in family law (Fachanwältin für Familienrecht), qualified mediator (Mediatorin)
Specialises in: Familien- und Erbrecht, Internationales Recht, Mediation
Languages: English and German
Renate Augustin was born in Nuremberg, Germany and studied law at the University of Nuremberg-Erlangen. She worked as a law clerk both in Germany as well as Auckland, New Zealand. In 1986 she was admitted as a lawyer and spent several years working as a legal attorney advisor to the United States government. She has worked as a lecturer for several organisations including the Nuremberg Adult Education Centers and the Lutheran University of Applied Sciences in Nuernberg.
Renate Augustin qualified as a specialist lawyer in family law in 1997 as well as a mediator with the German lawyers association (DAA) in the year 2000.
Renate Augustin is a member of the German association of women lawyers and the European women’s lawyers association.
B.A., LL. B(Hons), M.Jur (Dist)
Barrister & Solicitor (New Zealand), Solicitor (England & Wales), admitted to Regional Court of Nuremberg (Landgericht Nürnberg)
Specialises in: Commercial Law, Contract Law, Family and Inheritance matters, Investment & Immigration
Stuart Bugg was born in Hull, England. He read politics and law at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. In 1982 he became World Universities Champion in Public Speaking and Debating, at the University of Toronto, Canada. Since 1983, Stuart has been resident in Germany, having completed his thesis and dissertation on comparative aspects in Anglo-German law. In 1985 he was a tutor in law at the University of Auckland and since that time has also lectured at the University Erlangen-Nuremberg in Legal English, and at the University of Maryland (European Division) in Business Law. Stuart Bugg is a Solicitor (England and Wales) and a Barrister & Solicitor (New Zealand).
He now practices law in Nuremberg, Germany, with German colleagues and is a member of the Law Society (England & Wales), Deutscher Anwaltverein, New Zealand Law Society (N.Z.) as well as the Nuremberg Regional Law Society (Rechtsanwaltskammer Nuremberg).