Saul E. Kerpelman
Saul ran Saul E. Kerpelman & Associates for 30+ years, rising to be the nationwide leader in the representation of children suffering from lead poisoning. He handled over 4,000 claims in total while driving policy initiatives to eradicate lead paint and close loopholes for repeat offenders. As a Harvard Advanced Leadership Fellow he has focused on social impact business and initiatives to promote global justice.
Adam J. Kerpelman
Adam is a career entrepreneur who has founded a series of successful businesses at the edge of emerging technology, from digital streaming/video, to digital marketing, app development, and healthcare. In order to “take a break” from running companies, and to gain insights on paths to disrupt the legal field, he attended law school. He graduated in 2016 having done extensive writing on decentralization and the law. Work on what would become Juris began shortly thereafter.
Konstantin is a career founder, developer, artist, and early adopter. He started coding as a double major in physics and art, with a math minor, and kept it up building video games at the world renowned USC School of Cinematic Arts Interactive Media Department, eventually starting a software development company. Konstantin discovered blockchain applications in the legal and public sector while managing the family real estate business. He worked at One Step Productions with Adam.
John is a seasoned business development leader with years of experience working at cutting edge technology companies. A licensed attorney who started his career practicing corporate law in major law firms, John now leverages his legal expertise to build domestic and international partnerships.
Ethan is the General Counsel at Juris. He was turned on to distributed ledger technology after realizing its potential role in raising the standard of living around the world for millions of people. He has a JD from Columbia Law School, an MBA from Columbia Business School, and has worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the U.S. Department of Justice, and City Year.
Grant is a senior at Brown University where he studies Economics. The summer after his sophomore year, he worked for Neptune Financial, a FinTech startup based in SF. He has developed a passion for blockchain applications throughout his time at Brown.