SOLM213 Entrepreneurship Law Clinic (Teaching Period B20)
Entrepreneurship Law Clinic is a unique opportunity to learn and reflect on the legal issues that face entrepreneurs. In this module you will have the opportunity to (i) develop a number of professional skills and your professional identity; (ii) understand the practical legal issues that are faced by entrepreneurs and how to respond to those issues; (iii) interview and draft advice for a client; (iv) develop and practice public speaking and presentation skills; (v) work within a team and network closely with legal experts and entrepreneurship specialists in London's Tech City.
Students must adhere to the Legal Advice Centre's practices and procedures including the signing of a confidentiality agreement and student contract.
This module will be capped at 12 students.
- LLM in Commercial and Corporate Law
- LLM in International Business Law
- LLM in Technology, Media and Communications
Please note this module is not available to students on the Laws programme.
Mode of Assessment
- Two 2,500 word essays
- Assessed meeting
- Client file and time sheet submission.