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February 21, 2018 | 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Category: Special Event
Location: Grandmont Rosedale at Grand River Workplace
19120 Grand River Ave.
Detroit, MI 48223
Cost: Free
Audience: Community

Join us for our neighborhood small business legal office hours, presented in partnership with Wayne State University Law School Business and Community Law Clinic. Sign up for a thirty minute consultation with a supervised upper-level law student attorney, who can provide you with legal information, advice and referrals if you are a low-income entrepreneur, social entrepreneur or nonprofit leader who cannot afford a private attorney or do not have access to legal representation.

Office hours topics may include transactional corporate, nonprofit and social enterprise law inquiries or challenges, and select business law issues that you may be facing with your organization. Select business issues include working with independent contractors and pathway to legal compliance (for more details about select business issue topics, please see Eventbrite descriptions available for our upcoming neighborhood legal workshop series: Feb. 21, Feb. 24

Please bear in mind that during office hours, the Wayne State University Law School Business and Community Law Clinic can only provide basic legal advice on the areas of law listed above and will not represent you. The consultation is a chance for you to discuss questions you may have about your legal issue.

  • Grandmont Rosedale at Grand River Workplace (19120 Grand River Ave., Detroit) – Feb. 21 2 to 4 p.m. (2 appointments)
  • Lower Eastside at Eastside Community Network (4401 Conner St, Detroit) – Feb. 26 3 to 7 p.m. (4 appointments)
  • Osborn at Matrix Center (13560 McNichols E, Detroit) – March 8, 3 to 7 p.m. (4 appointments)
  • University District at Detroit Sip (7420 W McNichols Rd, Detroit) – noon to 4 p.m. (4 appointments)

Please note: WSU Law School Business and Community Law Clinic requires a separate registration form, which can be found at: go.wayne.edu/apply-bclc. Your office hours may be subject to cancellation if you do not fill out this form within 48 hours of registering; if the area of law for which you seek information is outside the clinic’s subject matter areas; or if you do not meet the clinic’s selection criteria.

Presented by student attorneys (under the supervision of an experienced and licensed attorney) in the Wayne State University Law School Business and Community Law Clinic. Wayne State University Law School Business and Community Law Clinic provides free legal services to qualifying community-based businesses as well as for-profit and nonprofit organizations that aspire to create social good and impact to revitalize Detroit and Michigan.

Visit law.wayne.edu/clinics/business to find out more information about the Wayne State University Law School Business and Community Law Clinic, and apply to become a client of the clinic at: go.wayne.edu/apply-bclc.

Registration required

For more information about this event, please contact Anne Choike at or anne.choike@wayne.edu.