Felicity Conrad is the Co-founder & CEO of Paladin. Named one of Inc.’s 2019 Hottest Startups to Watch and backed by Mark Cuban, Paladin's mission is to increase access to justice by helping legal teams do more and better pro bono. Paladin works with leading law firms, Fortune 500s and law schools to easily staff, manage, and track their pro bono work on a centralized platform, as well as visualize engagement and impact. Before founding Paladin, Felicity was a litigator in the New York office of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom. An alumnus of NYU Law, McGill University and Sciences Po Paris, she previously worked at the United Nations on International Criminal Court issues. Felicity has been named a 2019 American Bar Association Women of Legal Tech, recipient of the 2019 NYU Law Pro Bono Award, 2017 ABA Legal Rebel and FastCase 50 honoree. Paladin's work has been featured in Fast Company, Forbes, Business Insider, TechCrunch, Above the Law and the ABA Journal, among others.