Volume 12 | LegalTech: Curse or blessing for the legal profession?
- Brand: Dr. Mark C. Hilgard | Stiftung der Hessischen Rechtsanwaltschaft
- Availability: 9 In stock
- SKU: 9783863762728
The present 12th volume of the publication series of the Hessian Lawyers' Foundation is based on a student essay competition advertised by the foundation in 2020 on the topic "LegalTech: Curse or blessing for the legal profession? If law is automated - what does that mean for the profession of...
The present 12th volume of the publication series of the Hessian Lawyers' Foundation is based on a student essay competition advertised by the foundation in 2020 on the topic "LegalTech: Curse or blessing for the legal profession? If law is automated - what does that mean for the profession of lawyer?”
Christian Solmecke, LL.M., Managing Director of the cloud-based law firm management software Legalvisio and one of the most distinguished lawyers in the field of digitization, selected the works collected in this volume. The Foundation of the Hessian Lawyers' Association awarded her a cash prize and is pleased to make this volume accessible to a broader public.
- Title: LegalTech
- Subtitle: Curse or blessing for the legal profession?
- Series: Series of publications by the Hessian Bar Association
- Edition: 1st edition
- Band: 12
- Publisher: Dr. Mark C Hilgard
- Authors: Clemens Hufeld, Paul Bruno Hartwig, Lukas Quack, Marvin Ruth, Constantin Luft
- Published: 1st edition 05/10/2022
- Subject: Law
- Product Type: Book (Hardcover)
- Type of product: Collection
- Language: German
- Binding: Softcover (paperback)
- Dimensions: 21.0 x 14.8 cm (DIN A5)
- Scope: 234 pages
Lexfox; legal tech; automated legal processes; document automation; automation; digitized jurisdictions; legal technology; process automation levels; Robot Lawyer; increase in efficiency; Automated problem solving; AI; AI Resistance; searl cautelar rooms; Digitization of dishes; process automation; factoring; Automated initial verification; Digitalization; Legal Tech Tools; hermeneutics; AI paralegals; smartlaw; Digitization of law firms; legal tech company; block legal machine; Automation
Clemens Hunfeld studied English and law. In addition to his studies at the LMU Munich, he founded the Munich Legal Tech Student Association in 2017. Since 2020 he has also been running the YouTube channel "Lectures by Clemens Hufeld" with legal teaching content on fundamental rights. He is currently doing his doctorate on the subject of digitization of law studies.
Paul Bruno Hartwig passed his first state examination in law in 2020. He is currently working as a legal trainee at the Free State of Thuringia, with stations at the Erfurt District Court, the Thuringian State Chancellery, the Erfurt Public Prosecutor's Office and PWC Legal, where he also works as a legal assistant. In addition, he is currently pursuing the postgraduate course LL.M. oec. at the Friedrich Schiller University Jena.
Lukas Quack studied law in Wiesbaden and Bergen, Norway. Since January 2021 he has been doing his doctorate externally at the University of Passau with Prof. Dr. Thomas Riehm. In addition to his doctorate, he works as a research assistant at Hogan Lovells International LLP in Frankfurt am Main (IDCM practice group). His main areas of interest include capital markets law and legal tech.
Marvin Ruth studied law at the Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich and at the University of Augsburg. He is currently a trainee lawyer at the Hamburg Higher Regional Court and a research associate at ALTENBURG specialist lawyers for labor law. In addition to these activities, he is doing his doctorate externally at the University of Augsburg with Prof. Dr. Martin Maties.
Constantin Luft studied law and philosophy at the University of Münster. He passed the first state examination in 2020. He is currently completing his master's degree in philosophy. His interests lie in contemporary analytical legal philosophy and metaphilosophy.He is also planning a doctoral project on the topic "Designing Demise: A Theory of Posthumous Rights"
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