Antonia Pape is Co-Founder and Product Owner of Nominandum’s – a legal tech platform that transforms legal advice into a 21st century service. With her media and communications background, she combines modern working methods with legal workflows, deals with product strategies and is responsible for the development of the software. When accompanying law firms in their digital transformation, she focuses on change management, agile methods and modern marketing approaches.
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Valesca Molinari is a lawyer, Project Lead of the Open Innovation Challenge x Legal Tech and one of the Global Innovation Ambassadors at Baker McKenzie. She is an adjunct lecturer on digitalization and law at the University of Giessen. As a Fellow at the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution (C4IR), her work focused on developing innovative approaches to shaping legal frameworks for autonomous cars and artificial intelligence. Today, she represents Baker McKenzie on the WEF’s Global Autonomous Vehicle Council. Prior to practicing law, Valesca was an entrepreneur and founded a renewable energy start-up in 2010.
Since 2015, attorney-at-law Dr. Philipp Hammerich has been the founder and managing partner of the legal tech law firm rightmart as well as the founder of the legal tech portal atornix. Through this activity, he is intensively involved with the legal tech market and its legal framework, in particular with the relationship of the RDG and the law governing the legal profession to the business models of legal tech companies.After training as a bank clerk, he began studying law in Hamburg in 1998. After his legal clerkship and his doctorate, he worked as a criminal defense attorney and lecturer in criminal law and has trained approximately 20,000 lawyers in this capacity since 2003.
Peer Schulz is co-founder of the legal tech company helpcheck, a digital platform for the enforcement of consumer law claims. During his international studies for a Master in Management (M. Sc.) in London and Paris, the business economist developed a close relationship to digital business models. He is particularly interested in the efficient automation of work steps, as well as the disruption and new development of products and services. In the past, Peer Schulz worked in various positions in tech companies in Bangalore, India and Berlin, among others.