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Entrepreneurial Law

Legal and business resources recommended by the supervising attorneys from the Entrepreneurial Law Clinic.

About This Guide

Students in the University of Colorado's Entrepreneurial Law Clinic (ELC) interact directly with clients to provide legal advice on a wide range of business-law issues including basic corporate work, commercial contracts, and select intellectual property matters.  Typical tasks include advising clients regarding choice of entity; forming corporations and limited liability companies; drafting shareholder agreements and operating agreements; drafting employment agreements, consulting agreements and intellectual property agreements; counseling clients regarding trademark and other intellectual property strategies and prosecuting patents.

The legal and business resources in this Entrepreneurial Law Research Guide are recommended by ELC supervising attorneys, who are employed by top law firms and businesses in Boulder and Denver.

Contact Information

For more information on the Entrepreneurial Clinic, please see here.

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