Araszkiewicz, Michal

Michał Araszkiewicz is an assistant professor (adiunkt) in the Department of Legal Theory at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków and holds a PhD in legal theory. He is also a legal advisor, partner in Araszkiewicz Cichoń Araszkiewicz Law Firm ( Michał Araszkiewicz has published extensively in the field of legal theory and in the area… Continue reading Araszkiewicz, Michal

Grupp, Michael

Born in Mainz, growing up & going to school close to Stuttgart & La Paz, Bolivia. Civil service in the Picardie in France before studying Law in Mainz, Paris and to some extent in Münster. He started as an attorney specializing in international arbitration & commercial litigation, but chose to take a detour to the… Continue reading Grupp, Michael

Genesereth, Michael

Michael Genesereth is an associate professor in the Computer Science Department at Stanford University. He received his Sc.B. in Physics from M.I.T. and his Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics from Harvard University. Genesereth is most known for his work on Computational Logic and applications of that work in Enterprise Management, Electronic Commerce, and Computational Law. He… Continue reading Genesereth, Michael

Cornelson, Max

Max Cornelson born in 1998, was a member of the “Arbeitsgruppe Rechtsinformatik” by Prof. Schweighofer in the Research field: autonomous systems in road traffic and the law, esp. civil law and legal theory from 2019 to 2020. In autumn 2020, he obtained a doctoral degree in law with the dissertation: “Vertragliche Haftung bei Verarbeitung personenbezogener… Continue reading Cornelson, Max

Waddington, Matthew

Matthew Waddington is the deputy head of the Legislative Drafting Office for the island of Jersey, which has its own parliament and legal system (and a complicated relationship with the United Kingdom and the European Union). He has been working on “Rules as Code” since 2018, particularly focusing on how the logic of legislation could… Continue reading Waddington, Matthew

Sidhu, Joanna

Joanna Sidhu is Director of Marketing at BRYTER. Joanna has over ten years of experience working in legal and technology. She started her career in London as a lawyer at global law firm, Ashurst, specialising in litigation and international arbitration before moving into legal technology.  Joanna leads on strategic communications and product marketing at BRYTER,… Continue reading Sidhu, Joanna

Orssich, Irina

Irina Orssich is working for the European Commission, at the Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology (DG CONNECT). She is Head of Sector for Artificial Intelligence Policy. Her responsibilities include regulatory and socio-economic aspects of Artificial Intelligence. She studied law in Freiburg i. Br., European law in Saarbrücken, and passed the second state law… Continue reading Orssich, Irina

Haapio, Helena

Helena Haapio is a lawyer and contract strategist by day and a researcher, author, and editor by night. She has had the good fortune of working with information designers and plain language experts who have taught her a lot. She is a co-founder and co-creator of the WorldCC Contract Design Pattern Library and currently co-editing… Continue reading Haapio, Helena

Westermann, Hannes

Hannes Westermann is a PhD student in the field of artificial intelligence and law at the Université de Montréal. He works at the Cyberjustice Laboratory and is the lead researcher of the JusticeBot project. JusticeBot is an online platform that aims to improve public access to justice through the use of artificial intelligence and was… Continue reading Westermann, Hannes

Schefbeck, Günther

Günther Schefbeck is Head of the Austrian Parliament’s Executive Department for Parliamentary Research. He is a member of the ManyLaws team, a project that seeks to increase the accessibility of legal information by offering innovative services.He has published a number of expert papers and has moderated panels and given presentations at many legal informatics conferences.