HLEP Mixer w/ ELS & Energy Engineers
On Wednesday, February 8th at 6:30pm in the Millstein East reception room in Wasserstein. 

HLEP will provide beer/wine, hor d'oevres and a chance to meet other HLEP (Harvard Law & Entrepreneurship) members, students from the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences that study Energy issues (hopefully some future clients in that group) and attorneys who work with HLEP. We will get a short presentation on energy-related law for startups as well from Gunderson Dettmer Partner Tim Erlich.  This event was put together with help from ELS, and we want ELS members to come and enjoy the festivities!

The Environmental Law Society (ELS) serves as a focal point for those interested in Environmental Law, those interested in making change, and those just interested in a complex field of law that touches heavily upon business, science, and the physical world around us. Every year hosts a number of environmental law-themed events, including a number of clean energy and energy sector reform-themed events.
The Harvard Law Entrepreneurship Project (www.HLEP.org) is a student practice organization that provides free legal services to student entrepreneurs throughout the Harvard and MIT communities. Each HLEP team consists of 3-4 Harvard Law students who are supervised by licensed attorneys from Gunderson Dettmer, Wilmer Hale and Cooley (three of the top Emerging Companies law firms in the country). Founders meet with their HLEP team, agree on a scope of work, and generally get answers to their legal questions within 4-6 weeks (accelerated timelines are possible for priority questions). At the end of the six week period, founders are provided with an exit interview and a written document outlining research results and legal solutions. We're accepting applications RIGHT NOW through our website (www.HLEP.org - click on the "for entrepreneurs" tab). Applicants can expect to hear whether their project has been accepted within approximately one week.

Questions - E-mail Sachin Desai at sdesai@jd13.law.harvard.edu347-735-3008.