THE ENTREPRENEURSHIP CLINIC, part of Michigan Law’s Zell Entrepreneurship and Law (ZEAL) Program, is a clinical law program focusing on advising U-M student entrepreneurial ventures.
The Center for Entrepreneurship has partnered with ZEAL to host the weekly Entrepreneurship Clinic. The clinic hours at the CFE will be 2 p.m. -3 p.m. every Wednesday during the Fall 2016 semester. The Zell Lurie Institute will host its office hours starting on January 31st on Tuesdays (4-5 p.m.) and at TechArb on Thursdays (3-4 p.m.).
The Entrepreneurship Clinic provides students with unique, real-world experience in representing early-stage ventures while offering valuable legal services to the University entrepreneurial ecosystem. The clinic has provided no-cost legal services to a significant number of student-led startups since its inception in 2012, meets with hundreds of student entrepreneurs each year, and has provided hundreds of hours of legal information to individuals and organizations throughout the U-M community.
For more information, visit University of Michigan Law Entrepreneurship Clinic.