Harvard is in the process of rolling out the Harvard Innovation Lab (i-lab), a new collaborative space/incubator/concept for students interested in entrepreneurship and forging interdisciplinary connections.
Of special interest to Harvard Law School students: On Nov 3, the Cyberlaw Clinic and WilmerHale law firm are presenting an overview of start-up law, including intellectual property, privacy, and liability risks. For information on this event and more, visit the i-lab website and/or subscribe to their email newsletter.
In addition to events, the i-lab provides collaborative work space, entrepreneurs-in-residence (starting in Spring 2012), mentorship opportunities, and community space (including a coffee shop).
To visit the i-lab from the HLS campus, you can catch the Harvard Shuttle, take the 66 bus (about 15 minutes door-to-door), or walk (it’s just over a mile). Don’t be shy about dropping by – the i-lab staff are eager to meet you!