Four years ago, Lucie was working in a large law firm and saw herself as a litigator. This all changed when, two weeks before she graduated from Columbia, she was offered a job in a legal tech startup that wanted to create an AI contract lawyer. For the first time, she was working on a truly disruptive thing. This feeling proved addictive. When Lucie moved back to Prague, she co-founded Women in Law, the first ever community of female legal professionals in the Czech Republic, and Unpunished, a non-profit organization that fights for a better justice system for survivors of sexualized violence. She’s also heading growth initiatives for a progressive law/legal tech company in the CEE space. In short, Lucie is a lawyer turned creator.

Last edited in August, 2021

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