Welcome to Entrepreneurship Law!
Entrepreneurs learn quickly that there are many legal issues they must face in setting up and running a new venture (whether a for-profit, nonprofit, or hybrid endeavor), bringing a product or service to market, and financing an entrepreneurial enterprise. Whether you are an entrepreneurship educator, a student, an inventor, a business owner, a lawyer or other advisors to entrepreneurs, or just an interested member of the public, you can find helpful information, materials and links on this website.
For faculty at educational institutions involved with courses, clinics, incubators, or other programs that interact with entrepreneurship law, there are certain sections of this site accessible only to educators, through a free registration process. If you are teaching students about entrepreneurship and are looking for ways to develop or enhance your programs, register for a free account now to gain access to a wealth of instructional and other relevant materials developed and contribute to this site by entrepreneurship law educators like yourself.
For entrepreneurs, advisors to entrepreneurs, teachers, students and others with interests in intersections of law and entrepreneurship, this site offers two large, publicly accessible (no registration required) sections of material. These include a Resource Links section providing links to a wide range of on-line resources designed to assist with identification of legal issues in entrepreneurial ventures and to facilitate access to related information, forms and legal assistance, and a Law Scholarship section with fully-indexed abstracts of articles (both scholarly and practical) dealing with a diverse set of entrepreneurship law topics.
The information being made available on this website does not constitute legal advice. In other words, such information is not designed and should not be used to apply legal principles to any specific individual, organization or situation. Information appearing on this website and on other sites, articles, and other resources to which links or citations are provided is being offered solely for educational purposes, and does not in any way substitute for advice and representation by a licensed attorney.