A CONVERSATION WITH JOHN WILLIAMS ABOUT ENTREPRENEURSHIP, INNOVATION, AND ADVISING NONPROFITS AND MISSION-ORIENTED ORGANIZATIONS | Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA | November 13, 2013 | The Cyberlaw Clinic — along with Harvard’s Journal of Law and Technology, the Harvard Law Entrepreneurship Project, the Harvard Innovation Lab, and HLS’s Office of Career Services — are pleased to present a Conversation with John Williams about Enterpreneurship, Innovation, and Advising Nonprofits and Mission-Oriented Organizations. This event will take place on Wednesday, November 13, 2013 at 12:00 noon in WCC 3019. Lunch will be served. John Williams is an HLS alum and an Expert in Residence at the Harvard Innovation Lab. In a discussion hosted and moderated by Cyberlaw Clinic Managing Director Christopher Bavitz, Mr. Williams will offer his perspective on his career and advice for students interested in entrepreneurship, with a focus on his work with nonprofits and mission-oriented organizations.
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