Why Some High Tech Communities Succeed

and Why Some Do Not.

That, at least, is the topic of a short conference coming up next Spring at Ohio State University's law school:

Why Some High Tech Communities Flourish and Others Do Not
Entrepreneurial Business Law Journal Symposium
March 17, 2005 | Saxbe Auditorium

The new Entrepreneurial Business Law Journal at the Moritz College of Law kicks off its inaugural symposium with a look at what is happening in the Silicon Valley, the North Carolina triangle area, India , and Israel . Two panels, one legal and the other business-oriented, will address issues that face communities who serve the high tech industry.

Michael E. Moritz College of Law
The Ohio State University
55 West 12th Avenue
Columbus, OH 43210-1391
phone: (614) 292-2631
fax: (614) 292-1383

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1 Response to "Why Some High Tech Communities Succeed"

Amos_thePokerCat said... 12/10/2005 7:41 PM

Here's the link to the symposium on the law school web site with "more info to come".

Why Some High Tech Communities Flourish and Others Do Not

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