Entrepreneurship Law Website
Jonathan Ortmans, President, Public Forum Institute
The Kauffman Foundation now offers “e-Law,” an online community and tool devoted to expanding legal entrepreneurship curriculum and education.
The eLaw website is made up of two sections. The public section contains current information for lawyers, CPAs, engineers, scientists, and the general public regarding legal issues in entrepreneurship.
The private, academic section of the Web site contains the latest instructional materials for scholars teaching courses in entrepreneurship. Registered members of the academic community are also subscribed to the eLaw listserv, a resource for facilitating interaction and discussion on the most recent entrepreneurship-related education topics.
Six leading legal scholars manage the contents in both sections of the website: Eric Gouvin from Western New England College School of Law, Praveen Kosuri from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, Lisa Lesage from Lewis and Clark Law School, Tony Luppino from University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law, Thomas Morsch from Northwestern University School of Law, and Helen Scott from the New York University School of Law.
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