Boston University School of Law is seeking to hire a part-time lecturer to teach Transaction Simulation: Forming and Financing a Start-up Business, in the Spring 2022 semester . Please see the course description below. The textbook for the course is Therese H. Maynard, Dana M. Warren and Shannon Trevino, BUSINESS PLANNING: FINANCING THE START-UP BUSINESS AND VENTURE CAPITAL FINANCING (3d Ed. 2018, Aspen Publishers).
Transaction Simulation: Forming and Financing a Start-up Business LAW JD 789
Practice Areas: General Corporate and Corporate Finance
This course is one of the semester-long transaction simulations offered as part of the Transactional Law Program and satisfies the Transaction Simulation requirement of the Transactional Practice Concentration. The simulated transaction is the formation and initial financing of a privately-held company in the software industry. The transaction will expose students to the principal issues in counseling entrepreneurs as to their emerging businesses, including key elements such as entity creation, duties of management and control among owners, equity compensation, intellectual property protection, capital raising through preferred stock financing, and financing-related contracts based on industry-standard models. Through in-class discussions and graded homework assignments, students will simulate the work of practicing attorneys (both junior and senior) who counsel start-ups and their founders on a day-to-day basis.
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A JD degree, plus deep substantive knowledge, expertise and practice experience representing start-up and early-stage companies, including but not limited to in connection with obtaining financing, are required. Prior law school teaching experience is strongly preferred. Applicants should email a letter of interest and a resume to Kent Coit,Director of the Transactional Law Program, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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