Penn State Law hosts 'Perspectives on Minority Business Development' event

April 16, 2021

Experts from across the country joined Samuel C. Thompson Jr., professor and Arthur Weiss Distinguished Faculty Scholar at Penn State Law in University Park, and event co-chair Sabrina Conyers, partner at Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, for a live discussion on minority business development. The event included the perspectives of lawyers, economists, bankers, business school deans, venture capitalists, private equity investors, tax policy experts, and entrepreneurs.

“Perspectives on Minority Business Development" took place online from 4 to 8:45 p.m. on Tuesday, April 20. This event was free and open to the public. Registration is required

3.5 CLE credits were available to Pennsylvania attorneys who attended this event. Attorneys outside Pennsylvania should check that their state accepts Pennsylvania credit.

This event was connected to Thompson’s current course, "Minority Business Development: The Lawyer’s Role in Helping Close the Minority-White Gap in Business Ownership." Currently being taught to Penn State Law in University Park students, the course was available for free, online, to the general public. View the course online.

Last Updated April 21, 2021