Charlotte holds a Bachelor’s degree in Media and Communication Science and Business Administration from the University of Mannheim. Since 2017, Charlotte has been studying law at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich and is currently preparing for her first state examination. Her university focus was on intellectual property and competition law.
Contribution to Legal Tech
In 2017 she co-founded the Munich Legal Tech Student Association (MLTech), which draws the attention of students and academia to legal tech. A year later Charlotte co-founded the Legal Tech consultancy SFS, which supports law firms, legal departments and companies in using Legal Tech.She also moderates and produces the Legal Tech Podcast, where legal professionals are interviewed about their challenges and opportunities.
As program director of the Legal Revolution 2020, she organizes part of the speakers and uses her network to create a diverse and forward-looking event. Charlotte recently started supporting the German Legal Tech Association in its communication and PR work in order to make Legal Tech known in politics and the public. The German Legal Tech Association fights for an innovation-friendly legal framework in Germany.
Through these projects, Charlotte brings together her interdisciplinary background. She believes that there will be major changes, especially in the field of law, in the next few years, which must be actively shaped.