KPMG Law Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH (KPMG Law) has further expanded its Legal Process & Technology team with Stefan Weber as Senior Manager as of June 1.
Weber joins from Beiten Burkhardt, where he spent the last few years building a new Business Solutions & Legal Tech team. Previously, Weber was head of IT at Noerr LLP. At KPMG Law, he starts as a Senior Manager and reports to Philipp Glock, Partner and responsible for Legal Process & Technology.
Weber’s main focus is on the design of process control systems/case management solutions and the digitalization of administrative processes. He has many years of experience in service design and service operations as well as in the application of low-code technologies, especially in legal processes.
With his technical expertise, Stefan Weber strengthens the team in the development of digital solutions for clients and platforms for existing and new legal managed services. The Legal Process & Technology unit continues to grow and, following reinforcements in recent months, now comprises 25 team members.
Philipp Glock is looking forward to the reinforcement: “With Stefan Weber, we have been able to gain a colleague with profound expertise and experience in the field of legal tech, with whom we will further massively expand our capabilities in the development of customized technology solutions and the corresponding services for our clients.”
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