LTL Projects 

Projects from the LTL Community addressing legal and policy needs of communities throughout the world

Start-up Advisor Toolkit - Founders Terms Sheet Generator

Project Link: https://osf.io/x7yq5/
Project Sponsor(s): Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
Other Collaborators: Neota Logic (Legal Technology)
Academic Collaborators: Albany Law School, Berkeley, Brigham Young University Law School, Brooklyn Law School, Cardozo Law, Drexel, Duke University School of Law, Nebraska College of Law , Northwestern University, University of Pennsylvania
Project Leader(s): Larry Farmer (BYU), Tony Luppino (UMKC), Jeff Ward (Duke)
Project Status: Open

The Founders Terms Sheet Generator is designed for start-up companies to be utilized in their initial formation stage. The generator contains informational inputs to be completed by the founders as well as educational components and examples on pivotal issues.

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Start-up Advisor Toolkit - LLC Formation Tool

Project Link: https://osf.io/epbh5
Project Sponsor(s): Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
Other Collaborators: HotDocs Developer, Lawhelp Interactive
Academic Collaborators: University of Missouri - Kansas City
Project Leader(s): Larry Farmer (BYU), Jeff Ward (Duke)
Project Status: Open

The LLC Formation suite of tools includes checklists, templates, transmittal letters and other supporting documents to complete the state-specific formation requirements of LLCs, which are the vehicle most frequently chosen by small-business entrepreneurs.

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Streamlining Regulatory Processes for Granting Permits and Licenses

Project Link: https://osf.io/x7yq5
Project Sponsor(s): Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
Other Collaborators: Consensys Technologies (Technology), Kansas City Government, MO, The Code for America KC Brigade, Jo Elliott (Penn State)
Academic Collaborators: Missouri Western State University
Project Leader(s): Chris Kopecky (UMKC)
Project Status: Open

Currently tailored to the Kansas City, Missouri region, this tool aims to assist businesses, individuals, and governments by establishing more efficient processes for granting multiple permits to small business, tradesmen, real estate developers, and other applicants.

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Clinics-driven Data Analytics for Entrepreneurship Policy

Project Link: https://osf.io/fxwpv
Project Sponsor(s): Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
Other Collaborators: Administrative Data Research Facility, Sustainable Economies Law Center, Qualtrix, Clio
Academic Collaborators: Albany Law School, Berkeley, Brooklyn Law School, Cardozo Law, Drexel, Nebraska College of Law , Northwestern University, New York University, University of Pennsylvania
Project Leader(s): Tony Luppino (UMKC)
Project Status: Open

This project will establish a data analytics platform so that data held by law clinics can be used to generate insights into existing barriers to entrepreneurship and how better to support entrepreneurs. The project will place special emphasis on barriers to entrepreneurship for currently disadvantaged individuals, groups, and communities.

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