Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic Outreach Tour

On August 4-5, 2014, Student Attorneys from the Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic at the University of Nebraska College of Law will travel to Chadron, Scottsbluff, and Broken Bow as part of a rural outreach tour. Student Attorneys John Cantril, Preston Peterson, and Megan Rotherham will provide an overview of the legal services the Clinic provides and answer questions regarding how the Clinic can benefit Central and Western Nebraska communities. Learn more.

All events will be free of charge and are aimed to educate local businesses and start-up ventures, attorneys, and other service providers. The tour will consist of the following stops:

This rural tour is a key step toward building greater connections with Central and Western Nebraska communities, furthering the aims of the Clinic’s partnership with the Rural Enterprise Assistance Project and the UNL Engler Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program. “A primary goal of this tour is to continue building a meaningful and sustainable network between the Clinic and attorneys, businesses, and economic development stakeholders that will create opportunities for collaboration and service to foster entrepreneurship in these communities,” said Brett Stohs, Cline Williams Director of the Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic.
About the University of Nebraska College of Law Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic
The Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic provides representation and counsel to start-up businesses on a variety of early-stage legal issues. Clinic services are free of charge; however, representation is limited to certain early-stage matters with the intention of referring clients to local attorneys for further assistance.

To learn more, please visit http://law.unl.edu/eclinic or call (402) 472-1680.