Long a supporter of entrepreneurship, the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation has announced the renovation and expansion of its Entrepreneurship Law (“EshipLaw”) website. The improved website “includes a collection of resources on intersections of law with entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship education that can be relevant in several settings, whether you are an entrepreneurship educator, a student, an inventor, a business owner, or a lawyer or other advisor to entrepreneurs.”
The renovated and expanded EshipLaw website also hosts a brand new section focused solely on social enterprise law. This new section contains unique information and materials that law professors and other educators will find useful in connection with teaching social enterprise law in their classrooms and clinics. Check out the new social enterprise section of the EshipLaw website here.
Thanks to the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation for providing this terrific resource.
PS: Please forgive the shameless self-promotion, but yours truly is one of the new editors of the EshipLaw website. Suggestions for improvements to the website as well as contributions of new materials are welcome. Furthermore, in connection with the renovation and expansion, EshipLaw has published my essay entitled, “Gift Horses, Choosy Beggars, and Other Reflections on the Role and Utility of Social Enterprise Law.” I hope that you will find my essay an informative and entertaining read.