|Clinical Professor of Law
Faculty Fellow, Center for Law, Science & Innovation
Director, Innovation Advancement Program
As Director of the Innovation Advancement Program, Eric Menkhus works with students from across ASU – the College of Law, W.P. Carey School of Business, Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and Barrett, The Honors College – to provide essential services to technology start-up companies and entrepreneurs with ties to Arizona.
Professor Menkhus speaks on a wide array of topics to a broad spectrum of audiences, including guest lecturing in engineering and business courses on legal topics such as business-entity formation and intellectual property protection. He also teaches the Legal Studies course in the W.P. Carey Evening MBA Program and has been invited to multiple conferences and panel discussions associated with the Ewing M. Kauffman Foundation, the nation’s preeminent charitable foundation focused on entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial education.
Professor Menkhus joined the College faculty in 2006, but has managed the law school’s Technology Ventures Clinic, now the Innovation Advancement Legal Clinic, since 2004. Previously, he worked as an Industrial Engineer and Project Manager at American Express, was a founding member of a web-design firm, and also worked in the real-estate industry.
Douglas J. Sylvester, Kari Jill Granville, & Eric Menkhus, Entrepreneur’s Guide to Innovation Law (Arizona State University 2005).
Issues and Challenges in Collaborative Clinical Education, Plenary Session at the AALS Clinical Education Conference in New York City (May 2006).
Assistant: Suzanne Lynn
B.S.E., Arizona State University (1996)
J.D., Arizona State University (2004)
M.B.A., Arizona State University (2004)