• Special Programs at UMKC +

    The Law School's entrepreneurship programs regularly interact with activities of various other UMKC academic units.  Current examples include:

  • Special Programs with other organizations +

    Law School faculty play key, active roles in various organizations promoting entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship education. Current examples include:

    • Professors Tony Luppino and Malika Simmons serves as two of the three co-chairs of the Law & Entrepreneurship Special Interest Group of the United States Association for Small Business & Entrepreneurship (USASBE)
    • Professors Christopher Hoyt and Tony Luppino are involved with the design and teaching of the Legal Issues in Social Entrepreneurship module in the USASBE Social Entrepreneurship Certificate Program
    • The Law School is collaborating with Bloch School faculty and faculty from other institutions across the country in the design and delivery of the curriculum for a USASBE Technology Entrepreneurship Certificate Program
    • Prof. Tony Luppino serves as Lead Editor of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation’s Entrepreneurship Law website
  • Conferences +

    Law School faculty are frequent presenters at national conferences and symposia on entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship education, and entrepreneurial lawyering.  In addition, the Law School has hosted or co-hosted important conferences/symposia at intersections of law and entrepreneurship.  Recent and forthcoming examples of the latter include:

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