Constance E. Bagley is professor in the practice of law and management and teaches Legal Aspects of Entrepreneurship. Her Entrepreneurship Guide to Business Law is used at more than 100 colleges and universities in U.S.
Yale SOM class of 2011 student Andrew Swick received a Yale Entrepreneurial Summer Fellowship to prep his online gift registry website CheckedTwice for public launch this coming holiday season.
Leading by example
Yale SOM entrepreneurs continue to demonstrate commitment to both business and society. From Bright Horizon's in the education sector to Aardvark.com in the tech space, SOM entrepreneurs demonstrate their commitment to business and society.
Unique among our peer institutions, the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute (YEI) is an innovative program that puts student ventures first. As a complement to more traditional academic programs which provide a conceptual understanding and related case studies of new venture formation, YEI exists to help Yale students execute on their actual business plans.
Whether you are a current student, alum or interested in working with SOM students there are a number of ways to engage the entrepreneurship community at SOM.