Program for Entrepreneurship and Business Law

Photo of studentToday's business world is characterized by relentless and rapid innovation. The key to success is an education that includes the knowledge to identify opportunities as well as the skills to seize them.

The Program for Entrepreneurship and Business Law coordinates Wayne Law's broad array of business law courses, internships, and extracurricular/co-curricular and community engagement activities. The program focuses on developing the legal knowledge necessary to represent business clients and the business skills needed to successfully start a business.

The breadth of the field of business and corporate law is reflected in Wayne Law's extensive business curriculum, taught by widely recognized full-time faculty.

The Program for Entrepreneurship and Business Law helps aspiring business professionals in underserved communities participate in the economic revival of Detroit. The program offers early-stage legal assistance to participating local startups and creates forums for entrepreneurs to receive general legal guidance, access community resources and share their own business experience.

Jeffrey S. Aronoff is director of the Program for Entrepreneurship and Business Law.

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