Monday, June 24, 2013

          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.

          Read the full story from The Recorder here.

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