Interested in law and business?
The Law and Entrepreneurship Student Association (LESA) is pleased to announce the 2012-13 LESA Board.
LESA is affiliated with the Center for Law and Entrepreneurship. The LESA Board is a group of students who work together to organize business related events throughout the year. They also work with business law professors, alum, and student colleagues at the UO graduate business program.
Mission of the Law and Entrepreneurship Students Association
Provide a forum for students to develop an understanding and appreciation of the connection between law and business. The association will coordinate events/lectures and work closely with the Center for Law and Entrepreneurship. It will also foster social interaction for students by sponsoring gatherings and activities with a focus on entrepreneurship.
A brief overview of a few of the events you can be involved in as a board member:
LESA Board Applications: one-page letter of interest and a resume (NO class rank or GPA, please). Materials are due in mid-March. Current 1Ls and 2Ls with an interest in business law and entrepreneurship are encouraged to apply. The LESA review committee is looking for a demonstrated interest in LESA events and a willingness to assist with the organization of events that promote the unique aspects of business law.
New LESA Board Members will be announced by the end of March 2013.