When Christopher Mitchell became Kickstarter’s general counsel, he knew that he’d be stepping into a role that went far beyond simply being a lawyer.

The Brooklyn, New York-based company behind popular crowdfunding platform Kickstarter has long tied together legal and advocacy work, a legacy Mitchell inherited from predecessor Michal Rosenn, who left the company for Expa in late 2017.

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