Tag: Law

Babson Students Reflect on Winning Legal Research Competition with Papers and Presentations on Timely Topics

Co-authored by Babson students Juliana Bonilla, Ritik Chadha, and Rohan Thompson. Thursday, August 5th, we competed in the Academy of Legal Studies in Business (ALSB) student research paper and presentation contest. Like last year, the 2021 ALSB conference was online. We wrote our papers as part of our business law course (Law 1000) under the…

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Entrepreneurship with Law During COVID-19: Babson WIN Lab Alumna Is Helping International Students Serve Local Communities

Imagine being a job seeker, but not being free to accept an offer. Imagine being an employer who’s not free to hire the most qualified person. Now imagine being an entrepreneur with a start-up that will serve a community and hire local talent during the COVID-19 outbreak, but your legal status does not allow you…

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Law, Strategy, Sustainability, Social Entrepreneurship: Insights from Experiential Learning

A customizable experiential learning project allowed students to either (1) interview a professional of their choice or (2) partner with founders in MIT Enterprise Forum CEE to learn how legal astuteness can make-or-break an organization. The project was an opportunity to take ownership of their learning, pursue a passion, network, and take a deeper dive…

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Grand Finale: 4 Entrepreneurs’ Lessons on Law, as Summed-Up by Students

Our talk with four entrepreneurial leaders: Amelia Adams, Allison (Abrams) Yee, Asheen Phansey, and Bianca Jordan (all alumni, and/or otherwise associated with Babson) provided a great wrap-up to our course on legal astuteness with regard to business formation and strategy, IP, contracts, torts, and HR. Their profiles, full titles, and connections to Babson are as…

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How Law is Related to Business Management II

Post continued… 1. Miscommunication It is very common that the complaint (employee)’s allegations do not line up with the respondent (employer)’s statement. It may occur that the complaint thinks he/she goes through the process of asking for accommodations and accuses for not getting that he wants. In reality, it may be the case that the…

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How Law is Related to Business Management I

It may seem very irrelevant for a business student to work for a civil law enforcement agency. Law and business are actually related as law plays as a regulator in a business, which helps to structure the management system and set certain punishments within a company. As a legal intern working for anti-discrimination law, I…

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The Process of Filing a Complaint under Employment Law

Hello everyone, I am back! Last time, we left of with explaining the legal process of filing a complaint at Mass Commission Against Discrimination. Today, I am going to pick it up with several legal terms. Many of you may recall the three main methods of using law to protect your rights: litigation, arbitration, and…

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Business Student Working for a Government Agency?

Business Law, a required course that all Babson students have to take during Freshman or Sophomore Year, has caused different levels of pain for many students. Not a lot of students at Babson concentrate in Legal Studies, and most Babson students do not ever think about working for the government. When thinking about having an internship,…

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Accelerator Adviser Profile Part II: Richard Mandel

We are featuring profiles of our Butler Venture Accelerator advisers. Check back for updates! Do you guys often see a man with a white beard holding a rose in a vase? Well, that’s Professor Richard Mandel. Professor Mandel was a mailman. He played three different instruments. He studied law. He was the Professor for Professor…

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