Directed Reading: Venture Capital Project

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(6001K.04)  Seminar
G.Cher; Adjunct Professor
4 credit(s)  2 hour(s);
This seminar is by application only and students have been selected for the 2023/2024 academic year. The seminar is scheduled for both the Fall and Winter terms.
Upper Year Research & Writing Requirement

This Directed Reading Course builds upon the Osgoode Venture Capital Clinical Project (OVC), which has for over eight years provided legal services to early stage entrepreneurial ventures in the financing and equity structuring stages of growth.

Osgoode students will work as Caseworkers directly with lawyers from Wildeboer Dellelce LLP, and the entrepreneurs or executives associated with the early-stage business ventures supported by the OCV. Students will gain valuable experience in drafting a retainer and scope of work agreement, client communications, client consultations, drafting legal agreements, corporate finance, employment matters, technology, and operational matters.
There will also be two training sessions conducted by Wildeboer lawyers at their offices downtown, one on best practices in client representation and communication; and the other on the substantive elements of typical representation of early stage companies.  Osgoode students will not be providing legal advice.