NORMAN, OK—In an effort to address critical business and legal support needs for entrepreneurs and small businesses, the Michael F. Price College of Business at the University of Oklahoma, in partnership with the OU College of Law, has launched Oklahoma’s first-ever entrepreneurial law center.
The OU Entrepreneurial Law Center provides free, early-stage counseling to entrepreneurs and small businesses. Under the guidance of executive director David Kinsinger and with accreditation insight and design support offered from OU College of Law colleagues, OU ELC completed its first pilot clinic by supporting three startup clients over OU’s spring 2023 semester. The OU ELC primarily works with clients on a 15-week basis during OU’s fall and spring semesters and is uniquely positioned as the state’s first entrepreneurial law center.
The Entrepreneurial Law Center is housed in the Tom Love Innovation Hub, located on the OU Research Campus, and is currently recruiting clients for the fall semester. Companies interested in applying for OU ELC’s services can contact the staff at [email protected].