Micha-Manuel Bues is Managing Director and co-founder of BRYTER, the no-code service automation platform that enables legal and regulatory professionals to build and run digital applications, without any programming. BRYTER is one of Europe’s fastest growing SaaS companies with customers across the globe from corporates like McDonalds and ING through to law firms like Paul Hastings and Simmons and Simmons.
Micha graduated from the University of Oxford with a Magister Juris and earned his Ph.D. at the University of Cologne. He went on to be a lawyer in with Gleiss Lutz in Munich, specializing in antitrust law. Then, he became managing director at LEVERTON, a data analytics company with headquarters in Berlin and New York.
Micha is co-founder of the European Legal Tech Association (ELTA) as well as a regular author and public speaker in the field of legal tech and innovation. As a member of the Executive Faculty of the Bucerius Law School, Micha advises and researches on the intersecting of law, technology and processes in the legal industry. Micha is a member of the Legal Tech and Innovation Task Force within the Association of Lawyers (DAV).