Neal Katyal, the former Acting Solicitor General of the United States and recipient of the Edmund Randolph Award, is a renowned human rights attorney. He will deliver a keynote address on how to structure winning legal arguments.
Neal Katyal is set to inspire as he shares his own unique experiences arguing 45 cases before the Supreme Court, a record in U.S. history for a minority attorney.
As a prolific litigator and the former Solicitor General of the United States, Neal will offer insight into how to:
Neal’s perspective and recommendations for justice reform will leave a mark on attendees, and have everyone thinking about how they can have an outsized impact in creating a more equitable and justice legal system for all. His drive and compassion is set to provide a powerful call to action and is sure to leave the audience wanting more.
Attendees will have the chance to meet Neal as he hosts a meet and greet and book signing at this year’s conference.