The Startup Law program gives students an overview of the legal issues faced by startup companies seeking to raise venture capital financing. Students will also examine general corporate law matters. Real world experts will share their experiences representing some of the nation’s top companies. Meet with law school students to hear the inside scoop on law school and the admissions process.
Startup Law Instructor - Daniel Goldberg
Dan represents emerging growth companies, venture capital funds and other private equity funds in the fields of software, online media, mobile/social technologies, and consumer products. In additional to his client work, Dan teaches a practicum at Yale Law School each fall on entrepreneurship and the law, which focuses on the issues founders will encounter when forming a new venture, raising financing and exiting. He holds a BA in History from Yale University and a JD from the University of Chicago Law School.