Paul Scarcia-Scheel, Esq.
International Attorney and Founder

  • USA: Attorney at Law (New York)
  • Germany: Volljurist (fully qualified to practice as a lawyer and to hold the position of a judge under German law)
  • Australia: Australian Lawyer (Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria, Melbourne, inactive)
  • Court-certified German-English translator (Germany)
  • University of Heidelberg School of Law, Heidelberg, Germany:
    First State Administered Attorney Exam (J.D. equivalent).          
  • State of Baden-Württemberg, Judicial District of Karlsruhe, Germany: 
    Second State Administered Attorney Exam upon completion of two-year mandatory judicial clerkship (Bar Exam equivalent).
  • La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia:
    Graduate Diploma of Law and Legal Studies (GDL).
  • Australian National University (ANU), Canberra, Australia:
    Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice (GDLP).
  • University of Houston Law Center, Houston, USA:
    Master of Laws (LL.M.).
  • English
  • German
  • New York City Bar Association
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
  • German-American Chamber of Commerce New York (GACCNY)
Anwalt Lawyer Paul Scarcia-Sceel

American spirit and German sense of duty  – The son of an Italian-American father and a German mother, I grew up bilingual in the USA and Germany, becoming familiar with both cultures from an early age. I studied law in Germany, USA, and Australia and am one of the very few lawyers who are qualified to practice law in all three countries.

Prior to fulfilling a long-held ambition by founding my own law practice, I worked for a number of prestigious international law firms in Germany, Australia, and USA, thereby acquiring a sound understanding of cross-jurisdictional legal practice and valuable work experience in a broad range of practice areas. I look forward to utilizing this wealth of (international) legal experience to help my clients navigate the legal system and to achieve the best possible outcome for them. My clients’ legal needs are my first priority.