Pioneering Astronaut and Disability Rights Advocate First Speakers Announced for Clio Cloud Conference 2017

Clio Cloud Conference announces their first two keynote speakers, Colonel Chris Hadfield and Haben Girma.

The Clio Cloud Conference is where the future of the legal profession is explored and defined … It’s fitting that our keynote speakers are trailblazers.

Clio, the leader in cloud-based legal practice management software, has announced the first two dynamic keynote speakers for the 2017 Clio Cloud Conference in New Orleans. Aerospace pioneer Colonel Chris Hadfield and disability rights advocate Haben Girma will headline the conference of legal professionals. Moving from Chicago to New Orleans for the first time, the fifth annual Clio Cloud Conference will educate, inspire, and motivate 1,000 legal professionals.

With a bevy of “firsts” behind him, Colonel Chris Hadfield has earned the moniker, “the most famous astronaut since Neil Armstrong.” In his 21 years as an astronaut, engineer, and pilot, Colonel Hadfield has intercepted Soviet bombers in Canadian airspace, lived on the ocean floor, been NASA’s Director of Operations in Russia, and recorded science and music videos seen by hundreds of millions. Colonel Hadfield became a pop culture sensation when he live-tweeted living aboard the International Space Station and has written three books that encourage his followers to aim high and push boundaries.

Haben Girma, the first Deafblind person to graduate from Harvard Law School, is a unique attorney who seamlessly weaves innovation in both the tech and legal fields in her motivational speeches. Heavily lauded—including honors from Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama—Girma’s experience in law, sociology, and tech inform her life’s dedication to advocating for equal access to information for people with…

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