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Young startups: get free legal advice on your idea from Brooklyn Law School

Applications are due Monday!

Brooklyn Law School. (Courtesy photo)

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.

Check here for more details
Companies: Brooklyn Law School
Series: Brooklyn

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