All posts by Florian Glatz

Florian is a co-founder of hacking.law, the Legal Tech Center and the Berlin Legal Tech Conference & Hackathon. He works as a lawyer, software developer and entrepreneur in the blockchain space since 2013. As a lawyer, he helps startups and corporations navigate the uncharted waters of applied blockchain technology in a world of legacy legal systems. As a software developer, Florian focuses on software-driven innovation in law and finance. As a researcher and entrepreneur he explores the interaction of code and law in a digital society.

Episode 1: Accessing Justice Online | hacking.society Podcast

After hours of cutting and editing we’re proud to release our first podcast episode titled “Accessing Justice Online”. Our podcast channel is called hacking.society, since it goes beyond hacking just law but society as a whole. In our current podcast series...

/ March 15, 2017

Trailer for Hackathon at Berlin Legal Tech 2017 released

After the release of our conference trailer two weeks ago we’re excited to share with you another trailer that summarizes beautifully the inspiring energy at the two-day Legal Tech Hackathon on February 8th and 9th 2017 in Berlin.

/ March 14, 2017

Stuart Mast on the Future of Dispute Resolution

We interviewed Stuart about his project at the Berlin Legal Tech 2017 Hackathon.  Read more about Stuart’s vision on our blog

/ March 11, 2017

TEASER: hacking.society Podcast – Coding the Future

We’re proud to announce the first episode of the hacking.law podcast series. The full episode will be released soon! In our very first episode we talk about access to justice in the digital sphere. Stuart, Dima, Florian discuss dispute resolution platforms...

/ March 10, 2017

Trailer for Berlin Legal Tech Conference released

Our first trailer summarizing the Berlin Legal Tech 2017 just went online. The video focuses on the Legal Tech Conference taking place on February 10th 2017 at Alte Münze in Berlin. Enjoy!!  

/ March 9, 2017