Business Legal Assistance Program
The Business Legal Assistance Program provides entrepreneurs with limited resources and small businesses with information and advice regarding their legal issues. Students and volunteer attorneys meet with business-people and entrepreneurs once a month in a clinic-like setting to address their needs.
Business law covers a wide range of topics and volunteers may help answer questions about how to form a business, how to get a trademark or copyright, or many other issues that someone starting a new business or trying to operate a small business may face. Volunteers will have pre-prepared packets of information with appropriate phone numbers to call, websites to visit, and forms to fill out so people will easily be able to get their questions answered.
President: Tessa Patterson
Vice President: Theo Dragic
Director of Outreach: Jacob Wilson
Faculty Advisor: Zachary Gubler
Everyone entering the Beus Center for Law and Society Building is required to wear a face covering and all guests need to have an appointment.