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The Transactional Law Clinic provides legal services to small businesses, entrepreneurs, and non-profit organizations.
Students Can Expect
Services provided by student attorneys include assisting clients with business and non-profit formation; contract drafting and review; business permits; licensing; trademarks; copyright and trade secret protection; employee and confidentiality agreements; partnership and shareholder agreements; corporate governance issues; applications for tax-exempt status; and regulatory compliance. This Clinic participates in the United States Patent and Trademark Office's Law School Clinic Certification Program for Trademarks and has an affiliation with the College of Law's Innovation Law Center.
The Transactional Law Clinic offers students the opportunity to learn about the following areas of law:
- Business law
- Transactional law
- Economic justice
- For-profit and not-for-profit corporations law
- Law of tax exemption
- Contracts and leases
- Copyright and trademark law
Credits & Requirements
- 2 Semester (full year) Clinic
- 6 Credits per semester
- 20-25 Hours per week time requirement
Pre- or Co-Requisites:
- Professional Responsibility
Director, Transactional Law Clinic
Associate Teaching Professor