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The Entrepreneurial Law Clinic provides free transactional legal services to startups in New York, helping turn entrepreneurs’ ideas into flourishing enterprises. The ELC helps entrepreneurs achieve ambitious business goals, build a talented workforce, and protect their budding brands. Upper-level law students advise clients under the close supervision of Bernice Grant, the ELC’s founding director.
The ELC is part of a larger Entrepreneurial Law Program at Fordham that combines a foundational curriculum in law and entrepreneurship with the opportunity for students to work directly with startups in New York’s vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystem.
The ELC advises clients on transactional matters in the following three areas of law:
The ELC does not advise on litigation, patents, or securities.
The ELC also provides free educational programming for entrepreneurs through community workshops and our podcast.
In addition, future clients may have the opportunity to receive customized business advice from MBA students at Fordham’s Gabelli School of Business, who will work in interdisciplinary teams of law and business students.
Senior Director, Entrepreneurial Law Program
Fordham Law School
150 West 62nd Street, 9th Floor
New York, NY 10023