When Nathan Howard helped found the Entrepreneurial Law Clinic as a law student at Drexel University in 2011, he didn’t expect to meet his future boss and land an in-house counsel job right out of school.

Howard and his classmates’ clinic was designed to help provide legal help for startups that “weren’t at the point where they were ready to pay the fees at big law firms.”

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