Join us for this info session to learn more about how Cornell Law School is launching a new law clinic to provide free legal services to Ithaca-area entrepreneurs and start-ups. The new Entrepreneurship Clinic is now accepting applications from prospective clients; anyone who would like to work with the clinic in the fall semester of 2018 should apply by the deadline of 5:00pm on June 1, 2018.
The Entrepreneurship Clinic will seek to provide free legal services to local entrepreneurs and start-ups who are not yet ready or able to engage paid legal counsel. Working under the supervision of a clinical law professor, Cornell Law students will represent clients in a variety of transactional matters, including entity selection and formation; founders’ agreements and initial business structuring; intellectual property protection; operational contracts; employee contracts; and other general corporate & transactional matters The Entrepreneurship Clinic will provide services during Cornell’s fall and spring semesters, and will consider new client applications before the start of each semester.
Client applications will be considered based on a variety of criteria, including whether prospective client has access to transactional legal services, and whether the work is appropriate in scope and complexity for the Cornell Law students who will be working in the clinic during the academic year as part of their coursework. The Entrepreneurship Clinic cannot provide services before September 2018.
To apply to work with the Entrepreneurship Clinic in the fall semester of 2018, please fill out the client application form by 5:00pm on June 1, 2018. Clients who are selected to work with the clinic will be notified shortly after the application deadline. Please direct any questions about the clinic to Celia Bigoness at email@example.com.
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