Justice Center Partners on Small Business Academy
by CBJC Staff November 10, 2014
The City Bar Justice Center’s Neighborhood Entrepreneur Law Project is pleased to partner with the Association of Pro Bono Counsel (APBCO) along with ten other legal service organizations to host a Small Business Academy (SBLA) at Brooklyn Law School on November 19. The SBLA is a comprehensive one-stop shop for small business owners to learn how to proceed with their ventures.
This is the second annual SBLA in which the Justice Center has participated. The first was held last year at Harlem’s Apollo Theater, where over 200 entrepreneurs received free legal counsel from volunteer attorneys representing nearly 35 top NYC law firms. This year’s SBLA is expecting nearly 100 attorneys to volunteer in addition to the legal service providers, financial consultants, and City and State agencies that will be providing free services to the fledgling businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs who may otherwise not have the means to receive expert counsel.
For more information and to register, please click here.
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