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. Adam is an 18-time All-American NCAA Swimmer and holds a BA in Philosophy from the University of Virginia.
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 the importance of legal services while managing the family real estate business. He worked at One Step Productions with Adam. Konstantin is a Russian Folk dancer and holds a BA in Physics and Studio Art from the University of Virginia.
Damien is an accomplished entrepreneur who has founded a series of successful technology startups with users and customers in over 100 countries. He loves to use creative vision to connect cutting edge products and experiences with valuable audiences. He built Unfold Innovation to help LA Metro pass their $120b ballot measure. He helped lead Booshaka to being acquired by Sprinklr by converting social network followers into customers for big brands and professional sports teams. His first success was co-founding Groopease, where he built a platform to distribute independent music artists across the world. Damien is also a Shakespearean trained actor and holds a B.A. from Vanderbilt University.
Saul E. Kerpelman
Esq, JD, MS
Saul founded Saul E. Kerpelman & Associates and over 35 years, grew it into the nation’s leading firm in the representation of children suffering from lead poisoning. He secured over $300 million for more than 4,000 families. He also drove policy initiatives to eradicate lead paint and close loopholes for repeat offenders. As a Harvard Leadership Fellow, he focused on business that promote global justice. Saul is a father of five and holds a JD from Duke Law School and a BA in History from Vassar College.