Wayne Law, TechTown joining forces to offer free legal office hours

DETROIT – The Business and Community Law Clinic at Wayne State University Law School and TechTown Detroit are joining forces to offer free neighborhood legal office hours to qualifying community-based businesses, social enterprises and non-profit organizations who cannot afford an attorney.

The free neighborhood legal office hours include a 30-minute consultation with a supervised, upper-level student attorney who can provide basic legal information and referrals in the area of transactional law. During office hours, the Wayne Law Business and Community Law Clinic will not provide legal advice or counsel. Interested parties can sign up and fill out the required application at go.wayne.edu/bclcevents. The application must be filled out no later than 48 hours after scheduling the appointment or it may be subject to cancellation.

Office hours will be held in February and March throughout Detroit:

  • Wednesday, Feb. 21 (2 to 4 p.m.) – Grand River Workplace, 19120 Grand River Ave.
  • Monday, Feb. 26 (3 to 7 p.m.) – Eastside Community Network, 4401 Conner St.
  • Thursday, March 8 (3 to 7 p.m.) – Matrix Center, 13560 E. McNichols Road
  • Friday, March 9 (noon to 4 p.m.) – Detroit Sip, 7420 W. McNichols Road

For more information, visit law.wayne.edu/clinics/business.

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The Business and Community Law Clinic at Wayne State University Law School provides free legal services to qualifying community-based businesses as well as for-profit and non-profit organizations that aspire to create social good to revitalize Detroit and Michigan. To learn more about the clinic and upcoming collaborative workshops, visit law.wayne.edu/clinics/business.

TechTown is Detroit’s entrepreneurship hub, with a full suite of programs for both tech and neighborhood small businesses. TechTown works with businesses at all stages, helping startup, emerging and established companies develop, launch and grow. For more information, visit techtowndetroit.org.

 

Contact: Kaylee Place

Email: kaylee.place@wayne.edu

Phone: 313-577-4629

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