Catapult 2013 is an innovative new conference — created by the Law School Toolbox and The Girl’s Guide to Law School and hosted by the Bar Association of San Francisco — to empower law students and young lawyers to take control of their careers and think creatively about the future.
Catapult 2013 takes place on April 13 at the offices of Bar Association of San Francisco, California.
The talks at Catapult 2013 range from legal issues related to the sharing economy to designing a legal career for yourself, if the existing models are not suitable.
Clio is sponsoring this conference and Clio’s CEO, Jack Newton, is speaking at the event. Jack will be part of a panel discussing, “Starting and Growing a Solo Practice, Ethically and Effectively.”
Jack will be on a panel with:
This is one of seven different lectures, panels and discussion planned for the day. Catapult 2013 is packed with legal scholars, entrepreneurs and thought leaders.
Click here to see the full schedule of talks and topics planned for Catapult 2013.
After the talks, there is a two-hour social event at the wood-paneled Bently Reserve lounge with food and beverages, followed by a raffle. Clio donated a free, one-year subscription to Clio for one lucky winner.
We want to especially thank Alison Monahan and Lee Burgess for their hard work in organizing this topical conference. Clio is glad to be a part of Catapult 2013.