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The Healthcare Entrepreneurship Clinic partners law students interested in health law with early-stage Arizona businesses in the healthcare and technology arena. Students gain broad industry knowledge and personal experience with clients, solving legal problems related to formation, intellectual property, compliance and regulation, contracts, licensing, all within a health context.
The clinic is directed by John Shufeldt (MD, JD, MBA), an ASU Law adjunct professor, alum, and co-founder of numerous health care businesses such as MeMD, Inc.
The clinic provides students with incredible resources across law, medicine, and business, including expert instruction, client projects, and industry mentorship.
Law students interested in health law will be partnered with early-stage Arizona based businesses, to solve problems related to formation, IP issues, compliance and regulatory issues, contracts, leases and licenses. Students will work with in-house counsel or senior leadership in these organizations. Students will learn about and address the challenges encountered while starting an entrepreneurial business. Students attend the Innovation Advancement Program seminar.
This clinic will be divided into two components