Categorized | Appature, Seattle

Taking the Startup

If you have an entrepreneurial bone in your body, being a startup lawyer is a pretty great gig. You get to work with dozens and dozens of smart entrepreneurs, see cutting edge technologies before they are launched, and get to work in one of the most fast paced sectors of our economy. At the same time, being a startup lawyer is like getting a taste of the first course of a big meal, but never quite getting to dive into all 14 courses.
Starting in October, I

Share and Enjoy:
  • Print
  • Digg
  • StumbleUpon
  • Facebook
  • Yahoo! Buzz
  • Twitter
  • Google Bookmarks

4 Comments For This Post

  1. Cliff Says:


    Great news and congratulations!


  2. Jennifer Says:

    Congratulations! Setting out on a new path is always fun. But, I’ve got to say on a personal note it’s a bummer. We’re just starting our path to funding and found you. I was really excited to have found a start-up lawyer who truly seemed to relate to the entrepreneurial spirit and now you’re leaving that role. Appature is lucky to have you.

  3. Ryan Says:


    Congratulations on the move. There aren’t many better gigs than being a startup lawyer and it looks like you found one. It was great to finally meet you in Kansas City.

  4. Clint Nelsen Says:

    Congratulations! Best of luck with Appature, you’re going to kill it over there! Thanks for the shout out and for all of the help you’ve given us over the last year and a half. You have been instrumental in taking Startup Weekend to the next level, I’m looking forward to what’s to come!



2 Trackbacks For This Post

  1. Taking the Startup “Leap” to A… | this world of mine. Says:

    [...] the Startup “Leap” to Appature –   « Marketing Messaging Testing Ca… | Can’t wait for “Digital [...]

  2. Reflecting on 2010, and what’s ahead in 2011 | My High Tech Startup Says:

    [...] for me — leaving Cooley and a legal practice to join a really exciting startup company, Appature. It wasn’t an easy choice (for those that were involved in the decision), but it was [...]

Leave a Reply