I am a lawyer and entrepreneur, founder and CEO of the enterprise automation company BRYTER GmbH.

Born in Mainz, growing up & going to school close to Stuttgart & La Paz, Bolivia. Civil service in the Picardie in France before studying Law in Mainz, Paris and to some extent in Münster. I interned and worked around the globe before finally settling for Berlin. I started as an attorney specializing in international arbitration & commercial litigation, but chose to take a detour to the entrepreneurial and tech world: In 2013, I co-founded the academic network and recruiting platform Thesius that was later sold to persona service AG as well as the legal tech & automation pioneer Lexalgo (acquired by BRYTER in 2018).

I am a member to the Executive Faculty of the Bucerius Center on the Legal Profession as well as to the Task Force Legal Tech of the Association of Germany Lawyers (Deutscher Anwaltsverein e.V.)  and lecture on IT-Law and Legal Technologies at the Frankfurt University. The intersection of law, technology and business is my core topic of research, work and speaking engagements.

Intensity and speed of tech-business-reality often dictate everyday life – fortunately, there is some time left for this eclectic collection of legal and entrepreneurial thoughts and finds.

I am a board member to a number of startup-companies, some of which I am also invested in. For a disclosure please contact me directly.


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