Pioneering startuppers can get free legal advice from local lawyers and students of Brooklyn Law School later this month.
In a clinic hosted by the university’s Center for Urban Business Entrepreneurship, founders will be advised on topics like business formation, intellectual property, immigration, and more, in one-on-one sessions.
Entrepreneurs don’t need to have a product yet but must live or work in Brooklyn.
Applications for participation in the clinic are open until Monday at 11 p.m.
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