The Glushko-Samuelson Intellectual Property Law Clinic, in collaboration with the Washington Area Lawyers for the Arts (WALA) and GW’s Small Business Clinic will hold another in its series of “Pop Up” Legal Clinics for creative artists and entrepreneurs seeking legal assistance from 5-7 PM on Monday October 19th.
The Pop Up Clinics provide legal consultations to individuals and businesses involved in the regions’ creative economy. Student attorneys from the WCL IP Clinic will provide assistance in copyright, patent, trademark and related fields. Student attorneys from the GW Small Business Clinic will provide start-up corporate assistance in the area of small business development. All student attorneys will be supervised by WCL and GW law school clinical faculty. Now in its third year, the pop up clinic collaboration is a valuable opportunity for law students from both schools to work together with WALA to serve the legal needs of DC’s creative community.
The Clinic will be held from 5-7 PM at the offices of the GW Law School’s Small Business & Community Economic Development Clinic at 2000 G Street NW, Washington, DC. Clients are asked to register on the WALA site at the link below–