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Kline students face off against Drinker Biddle associates in a transactional law exercise.

Business & Entrepeneurship Law Program

The Business and Entrepreneurship Law Concentration was developed to establish a community of students, law and business faculty, adjunct faculty and members of the legal and business world who think seriously about what lawyers do in the business setting.

Let's Get Down to Business.

Using real world problems, simulation and role playing, students learn by doing; the result is a mastery of the doctrine of business law, an appreciation for practice and the expertise required to "add value" in the transactional setting.

Aside from core courses like Business Organizations, the concentration offers a series of upper-level elective courses that reflect our unique focus on entrepreneurship and technology. These classes include Private Equity & Venture Capital Law, E-Commerce Law, Transactional Lawyering and various intellectual property courses. To augment the concentration curriculum, our students also have the opportunity to take courses offered at the LeBow College of Business.

Curriculum

Co-op Partners

The Entrepreneurial Law Clinic.

The Entrepreneurial Law Clinic provides legal advice for Philadelphia start-ups. Our clients work with a collaborative team of law students who are specializing in areas important to the success of the entrepreneur.

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Real Business Professionals.

The core curriculum is taught primarily by full-time members of the faculty. Various practicing experts serve as adjunct faculty, bringing to the law school deep expertise and a commitment to educating the newest members of the bar.

Members of the business law community also serve as members of the program's board of advisors, providing guidance in the development of the concentration and its programs.

Concentration Faculty

Concentration Advisers

Professor Amelia Boss

Amelia Boss

Director of the Business and Entrepeneurship Law Program

Trustee Professor of Law Amelia Boss is an internationally recognized expert on legal issues in electronic commerce, a widely published scholar on codifying international commercial law through treaty, a member of the Council of the American Law Institute and the first professor and second woman to chair the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association. Professor Boss worked with the White House and the Department of Commerce under former President Bill Clinton to draft a position paper on global commerce that laid the foundation for U.S. policy in this arena. A member of the Permanent Editorial Board of the Uniform Commercial Code, she has been an integral part of the modernization of commercial law throughout the United States.

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