I am thrilled to share this story from my work at UB School of Law with the Entrepreneurship Law Center. Over the last four semesters my students have worked with me to build the legal framework for UB's iHUB to launch it's captive venture capital fund. This all culminated this fall with iHUB's first investment in Buffalo Automation Group with one my students getting to work on the transaction and see it through to closing. To mentor students through this process has been incredibly rewarding and to be frank, I'm actually pretty jealous something like this didn't exist when I was in school!
A promising startup company that grew out of a project by three UB engineering students has new capital for growth, thanks in part to the School of Law’s Entrepreneurship Law Center Clinic (e-Law Clinic).