IPI Executive Director Stephanie Dangel and Faculty Director Michael Madison recently co-authored a law journal article, titled Innovators, Esq.: Training the Next Generation of Lawyer Social Entrepreneurs, that outlines a strategy for a building a law school-based program of training for new lawyers interested in careers practicing and supporting social entrepreneurship. The article was published
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IPI Student Feature No. 3: Nick Tomsho at the Mexican Film Institute The IPI interviews Pitt Law 2L Nick Tomsho in its 3rd Student Feature. Over summer 2014, Nick found a way to pursue his interests in film, language, travel, and law, by securing an internship at the Mexican Film Institute. Read all about his
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Watch Slim, Pitt Law class of 1984, sing and tell his story, October 14, 2014.
IPI Faculty Director Michael Madison is the co-editor of a groundbreaking new book from Oxford University Press titled Governing Knowledge Commons. Knowledge commons are sustainable innovation institutions based on sharing norms, rather than based on IP rights exchanged in markets. For more information, including how to buy a copy, read about the book here.
Pittsburgh “a vibrant ecosystem for high tech companies” If you think Silicon Valley has a lock on all things technology, think again. Pittsburgh is nurturing and growing a new generation of technology innovators.
When It Comes To Economic Recovery, Location Is A Factor The best thing that recovering cities can do to promote economic development, and maybe the only thing, is invest in education.
The New York Times Covers Entrepreneurship Training for Law Students
IPI Student Feature No. 2 – Michael Boland The IPI presents its second Student Feature. In this, we interview recent Pitt Law Grad Michael Boland about his journey to starting his new business Atlantix International, as well as how his experiences at Pitt Law influenced his entrepreneurial instincts.