Policy-oriented research and scholarship comprise an integral component of the Law School’s law and entrepreneurship initiatives.  Examples include:

Publications authored or co-authored by UMKC School of Law Faculty:

Article, co-authored by John Tyler, Prof. Tony Luppino and Law School students Evan Absher and Kathleen Garman, Producing Better Mileage: Advancing the Design and Usefulness of Hybrid Vehicles for Social Business Ventures, scheduled for early 2015 publication in the Quinnipiac Law Review

Book co-authored by Thomas C. Brown and Prof. Tony Luppino, How to Be Your Own Lawyer… Without Being a Fool: A Practical Guide For The Entrepreneur Who Wants To Save Time and Money Through Informed Self-Help, Preparation, And The Efficient Use Of Legal Counsel (2014)

Essay, Prof. Tony Luppino, Incubating Solo and Small Law Firm Entrepreneurs, published in on-line version of The Ohio State Business and Entrepreneurial Law Journal (2014), available at http://moritzlaw.osu.edu/students/groups/oseblj/files/2014/02/Luppino.pdf

Research Collection (various authors), Law and Entrepreneurship co-edited (and Introduction co-authored) by Robert Litan and Prof. Tony Luppino Government, Edward Elgar Publishing (2013)

Kauffman Paper, co-authored by Law School Professors Tony Luppino and Malika Simmons, and UMKC Bloch School of Management entrepreneurship faculty member John Norton, Reforming Immigration Law to Allow More Foreign Student Entrepreneurs to Launch Job Creating Ventures in the United States (Kauffman Foundation,  August 2012), available on SSRN at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2128668

Book Chapter, Prof. Tony Luppino, The Value of Lawyers as Members of Entrepreneurial Teams for Edward Elgar Publishing HANDBOOK ON LAW, INNOVATION AND GROWTH edited by Robert Litan (2011)

Article, Prof. Tony Luppino, Fixing a Hole: Eliminating Ownership Uncertainties to Facilitate University-Generated Innovation, 78 UMKC. L. REV. 367 (2009)

Essay, Prof. Tony Luppino,  A Little of This, A Little of That: Potential Effects on Entrepreneurship of the McCain and Obama Tax Proposals, 31 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. 717 (2009)

Article, Prof. Tony Luppino, Minding More Than Our Own Business: Educating Entrepreneurial Lawyers Through Law School-Business School Collaborations, 30 W. NEW ENG. L. REV. 151 (2007)

Research Report, Prof. Tony Luppino, Can Do: Training Lawyers to be Effective Counselors to Entrepreneurs, Report to Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation (2007/2008), available on SSRN at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1157065

Symposium issues of the UMKC Law Review:

Symposium: Law, Entrepreneurship & Economic Recovery, various authors, 78 UMKC L. REV. Issue 2 (2009)

In-process (for 2015 publication): Symposium Entrepreneurial Lawyering: Solo and Small Firm Training, Law School Post-Graduate Incubators, and Residency Programs