Sunday, September 11, 2011
Entrepreneur and real estate kingpin (and U-M Law School alumnus) Sam Zell has made a major gift to the Law School, establishing the Zell Entrepreneurship and Law program (ZEAL). The program will both create a new clinic at the Law School (bringing the number of clinics to a baker's dozen of 13) and increase curriculum offerings focused on entrepreneurship. It's designed to complement other programs at the University, including the Zell Lurie Institute at the Business School and the School of Engineering's Center for Entrepreneurship. Start planning your IPO, kids.
Posted by GH at 9:00 AM