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Entrepreneurship and Legal Lab Practice

Professor(s)

Professor(s)

Semester

2019 Fall

About This Class

In the Entrepreneurship and Legal Lab Practicum (VLSell) course, students will work with practicing attorneys to provide legal and strategic advice to entrepreneurs, start-ups and early stage companies through a practicum experience or work with the Center for Legal Innovation and a practicing attorney to create innovative scalable legal solutions for low-bono and pro-bono start-up clients. Students may sign up for this course for 2 to 12 credits with the required time spent at the law firm adjust according to the number of credits taken. Prerequisites: Introduction to Entrepreneurship Law or permission of the VLSell practicum faculty. Taking this course for 2 credits in conjunction with Introduction to Entrepreneurship Law is allowed.

Class Code

BUS6219.01

Subject

Unspecified