Trustee Professor of Law Amy Boss led three seminars at the African Women Entrepreneurship Cooperative Summit II, hosted by the School of Business at American University in Cairo.
The summit, held on March 25, represented the culmination of the first cohort of the cooperative, which was designed by the Center for Global Enterprise to provide women entrepreneurs with applied learning and collaborative experiences. The cooperative ultimately aims to create a pan-African network of entrepreneurs, experts and allies.
Boss is one of the nation’s leading commercial law scholars, whose expertise includes issues in electronic commerce and codifying international commercial law. The author of books, articles and reports on the uniform commercial code and electronic data transfer and other topics, she is a member of the American Law Institute. She was the first professor to have chaired the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association.