The irony is too good to ignore. Just down the road from where Mark Twain — infamous investor in failed inventions — once lived, the University of Connecticut School of Law launched a new intellectual property legal clinic this year aimed at assisting Connecticut entrepreneurs.

Had the law school and its clinic existed in the late 19th century, who knows if the printing press inventors that Twain helped bankroll would have succeeded?

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