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          Fast Track 2013: Joshua Horowitz'10 of Crowdtilt

          Fast facts: In the fast-paced world of startups, Horowitz is sprinting to the head of the pack. Like most young-company leaders, he started early by driving the creation of the now-thriving UC-Hastings' Innovation Law Clinics, which give students a jump-start on practice in biotech and other technology industries. Within a year of launching his own startup, EmCom Law, he was general counsel to an enviable client base that included group-fund company Crowdtilt, where he currently serves in house.

          Who is someone you count as a mentor?
          I am lucky to have been mentored by people with various backgrounds in law. Among those are professor Robin Feldman, Jason Meek and Patricia Wyrod.

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