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Jasmin Bejaoui

Manager Innovation, Reinvent Law GmbH

Germany

Bio

Jasmin Bejaoui is a Manager Innovation at Reinvent Law GmbH (Reinvent Law), the first legal innovation hub in Continental Europe. She is mainly responsible for the key account Baker McKenzie, managing and pursuing the development of innovation ideas. Jasmin studied Economics and developed herself working for leading international law firms for more than 8 years in the field of project management, business development and marketing as well as client relationships. Further, Jasmin is a Legal Project Associate (LPA), accredited by the International Institute of Legal Project Management (IILPM).

Contribution to Legal Tech

With legal teams, Jasmin Bejaoui works on projects and initiatives upon the digitization of the law practice. Building a bridge between economy, technology, communication and creativity is one of her main tasks when it comes to collaboration with several stakeholders on innovation projects. Her expertise lies in managing the development of innovation ideas with respect to identifying the client’s needs of a global law firm, streamlining processes on the client and firm side as well as the design and development of user-centric solutions with the necessary technologies.

Therefore, she conceptualizes, organizes and hosts design thinking and innovation workshops on a regular basis. Building an innovative environment is a challenge that Jasmin has to face and succeed by setting important impulses with creative ideas, especially with regard to change management. Further, Jasmin is an author of articles focusing on legal design thinking and legal project management in professional journals and eBooks.

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Academia & Education

Dr. Katharina Kaesling

Research Coordinator, Käte Hamburger Center for Advanced Study „Law as Culture“, University of Bonn