Clinic - Business Law Clinic (8212)

Students work with practicing business and corporate lawyers to provide legal advice to eligible small business clients referred by community organizations. Students may have the opportunity to work with clients in a variety of business law matters that affect the small business owner, including choice of business entity; drafting formation documents; contract drafting; corporate dissolution; lease negotiations; employment law matters; and non-profit incorporation.

Grading: Letter graded

Prerequisite(s): One of the following: Business Organizations (WMCL); APLLC (WMCL); Unincorporated Business Entities (HUSL), or Business Associations (HUSL) PRE- OR CO-REQUISITE: Professional Responsibility; or Practice, Problem-Solving and Professional Responsibility (HUSL)

Credits: 2 credits (with permission of faculty, students may take 1 or 2 additional credits in the following semester.)

Offered: Fall/Spring

Skills: Clinics and Externships

Subject Areas:
Clinics and Externships
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Taught by: K.M. Davis Senseman

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