Why Law Schools Need to Teach Entrepreneurship

Laura Hollis

As entrepreneurship curriculum in higher education continues to develop across disciplines, the involvement of law schools has lagged behind. This essay overviews why law schools should be integrating entrepreneurship curriculum into their traditional law school curriculum.

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