Join our expert panelists to discuss the "The Past, Present, And Future of LegalTech in Germany" - what trends, opportunities and challenges are predicted, how can established law firms utilise technology to make their processes more efficient and what startups are already out there tackling the legal market and in the end helping the end-consumers.
The panel consists of a two LegalTech Startups, a Venture Capitalist, a Lawyer and will be moderated by our Startup Grind Chapter Director.
Joins us for our monthly gathering and a very special evening! Meet our community, fellow entrepreneurs and like-minded individuals over food and drinks in a nice surrounding environment.
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Clemens is an Investment Manager at signals Venture Capital and attorney at law with a specialisation in venture capital. He works with portfolio companies like FinLeap and Go Flash and focuses on digital health, mobility and financial services. His passion is Legal Tech and he is a longtime supporter of his home football club HSV.
Daniel is the founder and CEO of LexFox, a tech platform which makes enforcing a legal claim as convenient, risk-free and affordable as ordering a pizza. As a lawyer at Hengeler Mueller and Wachtell Lipton in New York, Daniel advised blue chip companies and startups alike before he helped scale Berlin-based fintech Raisin (WeltSparen) as Head of Legal and Business Development. Daniel is a regular speaker at tech events and an appointed legal expert (Sachverständiger) with Deutscher Bundestag. Daniel studied at universities in Passau, Munich, LSE and Harvard and holds both law and business degrees.
Stephanie Genz is the General Counsel at Flightright. After studying law in Potsdam, she spent her legal clerkship in the state capital of Brandenburg next to Berlin. After her first experience as a lawyer in a law firm, she decided to join Flightright in 2015. As a young lawyer, the offer to change the previous legal system provided her the new challenge of helping to shape the upcoming legal tech world from the very beginning.
Julian is a lawyer at BMH specializing in venture capital, startups and corporate law. He has a deep interest in new developments like blockchain and legal tech. Prior to joining BMH, Julian studied law in Munich and worked for international law firms like Hengeler Mueller and the fintech Raisin (Weltsparen).”