Last month I started teaching a class on Entrepreneurship Law as an Adjunct Professor at Texas A&M University Law School as part of its Entrepreneurship Law Clinic. It's been a great experience so far, and I've been very impressed with the students and faculty at the law school. The law school is a real asset to the Fort Worth/Tarrant County legal community.
Of course, teaching a law school class has many benefits, but my favorite part so far might be the cookies that we were offered at adjunct professor orientation night. Take a look: