Cornell Law School faculty and students are deeply engaged in inter-disciplinary work that seeks to promote entrepreneurial initiatives across the university. In Ithaca, law students provide pro bono legal services to local start-ups through the Entrepreneurship Law Clinic, as well as pursue their own startups. At Cornell Tech, the pioneering Master of Laws in Law, Technology and Entrepreneurship program offers practicing attorneys and recent law graduates a year-long immersion program in which they learn specialized legal and transactional skills while working in teams with Cornell Tech computer science, engineering and business students. And across both campuses, law students have access to both doctrinal and experiential courses taught by practitioners in fields including technology transactions, data privacy, venture capital and app development.
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Supports lawyers to lead technology companies
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The Bank of America Institute for Women’s Entrepreneurship at Cornell is a collaboration between Bank of America and Cornell University to provide 100,000 entrepreneurs with access to an online certificate program that provides the knowledge and resources to build and scale successful businesses.
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