ReInvent Law – Legal Services Start Up Competition – 15 Student Teams Pitching Their Entrepreneurial Idea to ReInvent the Legal Services Industry!

Monday, Feb. 25 from 4:00 – 6:00PM – is our inaugural ReInvent Law Start Up Competition.  This event is generously supported by resources from MSU Credit Union, the Ewing M. Kauffman Foundation and the MSU College of Law.

15 MSU Law Student Teams – most of whom have been perfecting their idea under the direction of the ReInvent Law Laboratory and our Entrepreneurial Lawyering Course – will pitch their business idea and business plan in the Castle Board Room @ Michigan State University College of Law.

Your Hosts: Professor Daniel Martin Katz & Professor Renee Newman Knake
Your Judges: Joan Howarth, Joshua Kubicki, Shelley Davis Mielock, Michael J. Bommarito II, Jeremy Mulder & Mike Morin

This is one of the first events of its kind hosted by a law school.  An entrepreneurial culture is what we are building here at ReInvent Law Laboratory under our four pillars of legal innovation –> {Law+Tech+Design+Delivery} !

How To Run A Law Firm Like A Startup (via Business Insider)

Here is a brand new article on Kyle Westaway who spoke this past Saturday at the Entrepreneurial Lawyering Workshop here in East Lansing.  This workshop is an intensive day of pitches and feedback (ala Startup Weekend) and is an important part of the Entrepreneurial Lawyering course that I co-teach with my colleague Renee Knake.  Whether it is the “Start Up of You” or some sort of legal process / legal tech idea … this course is about the business of law and how to succeed in this very tough market for legal services …