Julia is a law student from Münster, Germany. She put a special emphasis on technology and media studies and just finished her first state exam. Julia has co-founded and is leading Europes biggest student-driven legal tech-association recode.law, which promotes education and enthusiasm for legal tech and legal innovation. Furthermore, she works on public law matters as a student assistant at the KW-Institute (WWU) and is a member of several other non-profit organizations.
Contributions to Legal Tech
recode.law has reached 1000+ students and young professionals by organizing workshops, conferences and various other events. It aims to shape lawyers of the future with a deep understanding in legal tech.
Julia helped raise recode.law to another level by co-leading its expansion and growth process in several other German cities, recruiting the majority of recode.law- members up to date and spreading awareness about the importance of digitalisation and legal tech. Further, she helped organise educational events and worked in content-creation for recode.law.
Julia and all the other members contribute voluntary and unpaid hours in addition to their legal studies.