Taking on the Role of Lawyer: Transactional Skills, Transnational Issues, and Commercial Law

Temple law professor Susan DeJarnatt and University of Verona professor Paolo Butturini have published an article in the Southern Illinois University Law Journal about Temple Law School’s Introduction to Transactional Skills (ITS) program. Their article focuses on how the ITS model could be adapted to expand the teaching of experiential learning in law school.

Lawyering for Entrepreneurship Students Pitch the Pros

Students in Lawyering for Entrepreneurship (LE) recently had the chance to pitch mock business plans to professionals in the Philadelphia startup field. LE is a simulation course at Temple Law School developed by Professor Jonathan Lipson and Lex Nova attorney Matt Devine (LAW ’16) that seeks to incorporate theory and practice by exposing students to

Ten Things You Can Do Right Now to Prepare for a Business Law Career

Temple Law Career Planning

From negotiating the acquisition of a company to advising a start-up, the practice of a business lawyer is varied and interesting. General business practice involves advising businesses of all sizes on their rights and obligations, and more importantly, helping them with the legal aspects of meeting their strategic goals. Here are ten suggestions for those