"There is a crisis in law schools, and students are finding it more difficult to find jobs after graduation."
Those are the words of Justine Kasznica, director of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law's new Innovation Practice Institute. The institute will focus on teaching students about entrepreneurship, business development, and the tech start-up industry.
First Lesson: Young technology innovators will be more comfortable accepting advice e-mailed from a team of lawyers working in Bangalore, India, charging a fraction of the price of a single New York City based paralegal.
Second Lesson: Young technology innovators will make the product of their legal counsel available for free to other innovators. See: Open Source.