Why not train this next generation of lawyers to think like the next generation of entrepreneurs? Such is the question behind Professor Jonathan Askin’s new guest post for VentureBeat. He reflects on the folly of policy advocates masquerading as “full-blown tech lawyers” – an identity he says he also assumed as a young lawyer. The lessons learned would shape his resolve to ensure that the next generation of tech lawyers be well-equipped to provide meaningful counsel, he writes. This week's launch of the Center Urban Business Entrepreneurship (CUBE) at Brooklyn Law School reflects this ideal: “Like anthropologists, we will live among the entrepreneurs, learn to think like the entrepreneurs, learn to better enable entrepreneurs, and, perhaps, even become entrepreneurs ourselves.”
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