Adjunct clinical instructor to assist with the entrepreneurship law center (e-Law Center). Job duties will be 100% supervising student teams as part of the entrepreneurship law center. This will include but is not limited to reviewing student work product as it pertains to clients of the e-Law Center Clinic. The scope of services provided may include formation, structure, investor finance strategy, intellectual property, NDAs, vendor agreements, regulatory guidance, employment agreements, and discrete research projects.
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Admitted attorney in New York State with at least 3 years of experience working with business transactions and/or intellectual property matters (including patent prosecution)
Experience working with high growth startups and venture backed companies a plus.