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  • Laura L. Hollis, Mendoza College of Business, University of Notre Dame

    Laura L. Hollis is a native of Champaign, Illinois. She received her undergraduate degree in English and her law degree from the University of Notre Dame. She is presently on the faculty at the University of Notre Dame, where she teaches courses in...

    http://eshiplaw.org/editorial-team/397-laura-l-hollis-mendoza-college-of-business-university-of-notre-dame
  • Eric Gouvin, Western New England College School of Law

    Eric Gouvin has been a professor at Western New England University School of Law since 1991 and became Dean of the School of Law in 2013. He is the founder of both the Law School’s Small Business Clinic and the University’s Center for Innovation &...

    http://eshiplaw.org/editorial-team/396-eric-gouvin-western-new-england-college-school-of-law
  • Cassady V. (“Cass”) Brewer, Georgia State University College of Law

    Cassady V. (“Cass”) Brewer is Assistant Professor of Law at Georgia State University in Atlanta. He teaches Basic Federal Income Taxation, Nonprofit Organizations, Taxation of Business Organizations, Partnership Taxation, and the Law of Social...

    http://eshiplaw.org/editorial-team/395-cassady-v-cass-brewer-georgia-state-university-college-of-law
  • Esther Barron, Northwestern University School of Law

    Esther Barron is the Director of the Entrepreneurship Law Center at Northwestern University School of Law and a Clinical Associate Professor of Law. In addition to her clinical work with the ELC, her other courses include Entrepreneurship Law, Venture...

    http://eshiplaw.org/editorial-team/394-esther-barron-northwestern-university-school-of-law
  • Josephine Sandler Nelson, Stanford Graduate School of Business

    Josephine Nelson is an expert legal consultant, start-up advisor, and adjunct professor of Business Law. She has advised hundreds of students on their own start-ups and business goals. She writes on business issues, the federal courts, and on white...

    http://eshiplaw.org/editorial-team/416-josephine-sandler-nelson
  • Collat School of Business Resources

    Summary: Collat School of Business resources: articles, infographics,webinars, etc., for students, entrepreneurs, and business people. UAB Collat School of Business: Resources Page (Articles,Infographics, etc.)

    http://eshiplaw.org/resources/resource-links/20-general-laws-and-forms-info/418-collat-school-of-business-resources
  • Site History/Transfer

    The Kauffman Foundation is the first and largest foundation to advance entrepreneurship as a means of creating a society of economically independent and engaged individuals, contributing to the improvement of the community. Focusing on entrepreneurship...

    http://eshiplaw.org/about/history
  • Content Guidelines

    The EshipLaw Editorial Team has the sole discretion to accept or reject the content you submit. By submitting your content you grant to the University of Missouri (“University”) and its successors the right to publish your submission on the EshipLaw...

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  • How to Help Nonprofit Clients

    This section of the Web site is intended for law faculty and small business and entrepreneurship programs representing nonprofit corporations. Are you a professor interested in joining our group - or accessing the academic contents of this website?...

    http://eshiplaw.org/resources/nonprofit-transactions/414-how-to-help-nonprofit-clients
  • Law Scholarship Overview

    A comprehensive index to an annotated bibliography of law and entrepreneurship scholarship

    http://eshiplaw.org/resources/law-scholarship/408-law-scholarship-overview
  • Social Enterprise Introduction

    U.S. legal entities traditionally have been formed either as for-profit organizations or as nonprofit organizations. For-profit organizations are designed to pursue profits and shareholder wealth, while most nonprofit organizations are designed...

    http://eshiplaw.org/resources/social-enterprise/371-social-enterprise-introduction
  • Social Enterprise Overview

    The social enterprise materials contained in this section of the website are organized into three sections. The first section contains materials appropriate for a legal clinic or practicum on social enterprise. Such a clinic or practicum could be...

    http://eshiplaw.org/resources/social-enterprise/415-social-enterprise-overview
  • Nonprofit Transactions Introduction

    This section of the Web site is intended for law faculty and small business and entrepreneurship programs representing nonprofit corporations. Sample materials are for illustrative purposes only, and are intended to provide a starting point. Faculty...

    http://eshiplaw.org/resources/nonprofit-transactions/372-nonprofit-transactions-introduction
  • How to Help For-Profit Clients

    The information and sample documents included in this section of the Web site are intended to be used in a small business, entrepreneurship, or technology program in which law students work under faculty supervision to provide legal assistance to...

    http://eshiplaw.org/resources/for-profit-transactions/413-how-to-help-for-profit-clients
  • For-profit Transactions Introduction

    The information and sample documents included in this section of the website are intended to be used in a small business, entrepreneurship or technology law program in which law students work under faculty supervision to provide legal assistance to...

    http://eshiplaw.org/resources/for-profit-transactions/373-for-profit-transactions-introduction
  • How to Run a Transactional Clinic

    The proliferation of transactional legal clinics amongst law schools is a relatively recent phenomenon. Out of the approximately 200 accredited American law schools, all of which have some sort of clinical program, less than half have transactional...

    http://eshiplaw.org/resources/transactional-clinics/412-how-to-run-a-transactional-clinic
  • Transactional Clinics Introduction

    The proliferation of transactional legal clinics amongst law schools is a relatively recent phenomenon. Out of the approximately 200 accredited American law schools, all of which have some sort of clinical program, less than half have transactional...

    http://eshiplaw.org/resources/transactional-clinics/374-transactional-clinics-introduction
  • Law School Curriculum Introduction

    The entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well among faculty designing courses to engage law students, as well as students from other disciplines, in thinking about using legal skills to add value to entrepreneurial ventures. There is even a growing...

    http://eshiplaw.org/resources/law-school-curriculum/375-law-school-curriculum-introduction
  • How to Teach Transactional Law

    The majority of the content within this section of the Entrepreneurship Law website is for the faculty use. Are you a professor interested in joining our group - or accessing the academic contents of this website? Submit an application for membership....

    http://eshiplaw.org/resources/law-school-curriculum/411-how-to-teach-transactional-law
  • Business School Curriculum Introduction

    The materials in this part, including the textbooks referenced, [1] focus on the legal dimensions of entrepreneurship, as broadly defined by Harvard Business School Professor Howard Stevenson: “Entrepreneurship is the pursuit of opportunity without...

    http://eshiplaw.org/resources/business-school-curriculum/376-business-school-curriculum-introduction

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