The Community Law & Business Clinic is currently seeking proposals from small business owners and nonprofit leaders for work to begin this fall. Small business owners and nonprofits with legal questions or concerns may find pro bono assistance through my office on such issues as:
* Organizing LLC’s or corporations
* Contract review
* Tax-guidance for nonprofits
* Trademark and copyright
* Employment law
* Other civil issues
We are very interested in:
* Business development in under-served communities
* Efforts to bring new technology to market
* Artists and art based enterprises
* New businesses in rural communities
You can visit http://community-clinic.law.wfu.edu to learn more about the Clinic.
Since its inception in 2008, the CLBC has provided thousands of hours of pro bono legal services and representation to hundreds of community groups, government agencies, small businesses, nonprofit organizations and individuals. It continues to serve both the community and the students of the Wake Forest University School of Law.
To submit a Project Proposal application, please click here.
Finally, our offices have moved from downtown Winston-Salem to the School of Law building on Reynolda Campus. We can now be reached at 336-758-4950.
Thank you in advance for considering working with the Community Law & Business Clinic. We hope to hear from you.
Prof. Steven M. Virgil
Attorney at Law
Director of the Community Law & Business Clinic