Ralf Winter is Chief Legal Officer - Europe of Toshiba and one of the challengers at the design.legal conference. He brings a real-life topic to the event to challenge the participants to come with a solution within the two days available in sunny Munich.
Lawyers of Fire spoke with Ralf right before the conference started to find out what he expects from it.
Kai Ebert is the president of Munich Legal Tech or MLTech in short. The association was founded just last year and its participants are attending design.legal.
Lawyers on Fire talked to him to find out how law student can create together with other disciplines
Manfred Schick is General Counsel of ING-Diba in Germany. He is one of the GCs challenging the teams at design.legal.
We've asked him what he expects from the conference and what he hopes to take back.
“Together we shape the experience. Together we determine the outcome. Together we create!”
That's what Sascha Theissen, co-host of design.legal says about the conference - and the future of the legal profession. Sascha is a repeat guest at Lawyers on Fire with multiple interests: He has a doctorate degree in computer engineering from KIT, an MBA in International Management from ESB Business School, is a fully qualified lawyer and a specialist IP lawyer.
Not surprisingly, Sascha aims high when co-hosting design.legal.
The first conference of its kind, design.legal is being held on 21-22 June at allynet Work Loft in Munich. Design.legal radically breaks with the traditional conference line-up of talking heads that are supposed to inspire otherwise passive attendees. Instead, design.legal will gather a mix of lawyers, coders and designers to offer them a uniquely creative and collaborative experience.
Lawyers on Fire chat with co-organizer Carsten Reimann minutes before the event starts.