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Jack Wroldsen

Community Economic Development Clinic
Law School Clinical Program

Whiting Clinical Fellow

B.A., University of Arizona
M.Ed., University of Arizona
J.D., Duke University

Jack Wroldsen is the Whiting Clinical Fellow in the Community Economic Development Clinic. His scholarship focuses on laws that affect entrepreneurship. Jack’s two recent articles analyze the securities laws that govern crowdfunding investment, which is an innovative way for entrepreneurs to raise capital from the general public via the Internet. Previously, Jack co-founded a start-up Internet venture that applied crowdfunding to professional sports (TrillionFans), and he was in-house counsel to a software company serving the healthcare industry (Global Healthcare Exchange). Jack also practiced transactional law in the Denver offices of Hogan Lovells and Rothgerber Johnson & Lyons, representing corporate clients ranging from non-profits, to start-ups, to public companies, to private equity firms.