Center for Law and Entrepreneurship
The center prepares law students to represent and to be entrepreneurs, encourages faculty research related to problems that confront entrepreneurs, and brings law student and members of the Northwest business community together. The center collaborates on a number of projects with the university’s Charles H. Lundquist College of Business. In addition to lectures, symposiums, and numerous business courses, the center supports
- The Small Business Clinic
- The Law and Entrepreneurship Student Association
- The Technology Entrepreneurship Program
- An annual award to the outstanding student in law and entrepreneurship
- A Statement of Completion
The program director is Barbara Bader Aldave, Loran L. Stewart Professor of Business Law.
The Small Business Clinic is a program of the Center or Law and Entrepreneurship, which is directed by law professor Barbara Aldave and funded by a 1995 gift from Chamber Communications CEO Carolyn Chambers.
In TEP the Center for Law and Entrepreneurship partners with the Battelle Memorial Institute and the UO business school’s Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship. This innovative cross campus program combines the talents of MBA, Law, and Graduate students, working in teams, to develop market feasibility and assessment studies on emerging patentable technologies.
The Law & Entrepreneurship Student Association, as the law school’s established business student group, welcomes the involvement of students interested in all areas of business and business law.