At Oasis, we realize that our business doesn’t exist in isolation. In fact, we’re part of an international ecosystem made up of hundreds of organizations and thousands of people. Together we’re a loose collection of technologists, lawyers, entrepreneurs, writers, teachers, and other professionals working separately on a common set of problems. Sometimes we compete and sometimes we collaborate, but like it or not, we’re all part of a single community we like to call Legal Technology.
We believe that Oasis has both the opportunity and the responsibility to give back to this amazing community. We aspire to be an agent of change, not just in the lives of our customers and employees, but also to the larger legal tech community as a whole... and beyond, into the “real world,” the local communities that we all work and live in.
One way Oasis gives back is by creating events that harness the enormous power of our industry’s collective people and resources. This is the origin of our “Murder in the Manor” events – a time to come together as a community and make a difference for people beyond the imaginary walls of our industry. We believe that by working together we can define the culture of our community and make a difference in our world.
The Capital Area Food Bank (CAFB)
is the largest public, non-profit hunger and nutrition education resource in the Washington Metropolitan Area. The mission of the CAFB is to feed those who suffer from hunger in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area by acquiring food and distributing it through their network of member agencies; and to educate, empower and enlighten the community about the issues of hunger and nutrition. Each year the CAFB distributes 20 million pounds of food, including six million pounds of fresh produce through over 700 partner agencies.
The Mansion on O, located in Dupont Circle, is noted for eccentric interior styling which includes hidden doors, secret passages, and rooms. The four-story historic building is over 30,000 square feet and contains 100 rooms including guest rooms, a private Social club, the O Street Museum Foundation, and a conference center.
We have reserved the exclusive second floor of the mansion which has seven themed rooms: The Gallery, The Russian Room, Candle Room, Tiffany Room, Music Room, Ballroom, and secret VIP only access Speakeasy.