In a nutshell, I am a publisher with extensive experience in starting, building and managing professional media companies in a dynamic and demanding environment with a focus on the legal domain. Publishing is a people business and I proud myself to have been working (and still do) with the brightest minds and most dedicated professionals in the business.
Before starting my own media company (Infotropic Media), I’ve been working in executive positions at Germany’s leading legal publisher C.H. Beck and global professional information provider Wolters Kluwer.
Providing lawyers with quality information made me realize that the legal industry needs to become more efficient. This realization brought me into the legal technology market. Since 2015 I organize legal tech and innovation events (Moscow Legal Tech, Legal AI, Cybersecurity for Lawyers conferences, legal tech hackathons), design legal tech courses for law schools and training providers in Turkey, South-East Europe and Russia, speak at conferences on legal innovation and legal technology all over Europe, and serve in different positions at the European Legal Technology Association and Legal Hackers.
I work as mentor and advisor for legal tech startups and write articles on legal tech, legal ops, legal design and innnovation in the legal industry.