May 21, 2007
Law & Entrepreneurship Retreat
Posted by Gordon Smith

Yesterday at the University of Wisconsin Law School, a group of legal scholars gathered to discuss "law and entrepreneurship." Anne Miner, my colleague in the UW Business School, launched the day with a discussion of "What is Entrepreneurship?" in which she mapped to progression of that field of study. Here I am with Anne after her session:


The morning was devoted to teaching law and entrepreneurship, and the afternoon was filled with paper presentations. In between, we took an impromptu hike along Lake Mendota:

Left to right: Vic Fleischer, Mike Guttentag, Usha Rodrigues, Bob Lawless, Gordon Smith, Darian Ibrahim, George Geis, Bobby Bartlett, and Brian Broughman.

At the end of afternoon session, Mike Guttentag provided the recap of what we had learned, though I am not sure you can get that from the whiteboard:


We finished the day on Capitol Square at The Old-Fashioned, which provided an authentic Wisconsin experience, including fried cheese curds. Dan Burk, who will be speaking at the companion conference entitled Technology Entrepreneurship & Institutions: Contemporary & International Research, met us for dinner.


A good time was had by all.

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