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Hands-on crash course on product, design and pitching to give law students an insider’s view on building a startup
2-day workshop, Saturday, April 7 – Sunday, April 8, 2018 @ the d.school (9-5 pm both days)
Pre-event team formation breakfast on Wednesday, April 4 (required)
Register by March 16, and space is limited. This class is free, and only for Stanford Law School students.
Ever wondered what it takes to be part of a startup and what it takes to get from idea to launch? This two-day, hands-on workshop allows law students to experience the startup journey — by learning and applying the design and product skills necessary to build a startup. It will help participants become more entrepreneurially minded as practitioners within law firms, as in-house company counsel, or even as future startup founders.
In this workshop, you will participate in a design sprint, develop a product, build a business case and pitch deck, and pitch to actively investing VCs as the finale.
The workshop is taught by Jay Mandal, a lawyer and product and design expert. Jay is currently VP of Product Strategy at SAP and Stanford CodeX fellow; he previously served as CEO of a Google Ventures-funded startup and head M&A lawyer at Apple.
Questions? Email the co-organizers Kate Didech (CodeX fellow) and Jay at email@example.com