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Entrepreneurship and the Law

What you’ll learn

This course offers an intensive and practical survey of the critical legal and transactional matters facing start-ups and emerging businesses. In an interactive environment using a combination of case analysis, class discussions, group presentations, and real-world insights, students will learn about the foundational legal considerations involved in starting a business
and establishing a sustainable organization. Topics include choice of business form; corporate governance; labor and employment law; intellectual property; privacy, data protection, and cybersecurity; capital raising; and common deal structures.

Beginning Thursday, June 3, 2021, class will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m ET.


Fred Tecce, Managing Partner & IP Practice Group Leader, Ice Miller, LLP


ML Foundation Courses (-301 courses) (per class/CU)

  • Tuition: $7,092.00
  • General fee: $442.00
  • Learning fee: $134.00

If you’re a Penn student or staff member, please view the financial information page.

Registration information

Enrollment requests for Entrepreneurship and the Law can be made by following the instructions linked here. Enrollment requests and confirmation of enrollment will be separately confirmed via email.

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