The George Washington University Law School Small Business Community Economic Development Clinic
General Contact Information
How to Get Help
2000 G Street NW
Suite 200Washington, DC 20052
Preference is given to clients who have developed a business model canvas or business plan.
If we are unable to help a client in a given semester, we may be able to place the client on a wait list so that they may be assisted the following semester or refer the client to another legal resource.
Clients are seen by appointment only. Please contact the SBCED Clinic to talk to someone about your business needs. The Clinic does not accept new cases in the summer.
Who We Are
The clinic provides legal assistance to small businesses, social enterprises, nonprofit organizations, and artists. No walk-in appointments. No intake is conducted during the summer months.
Who We Serve
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Interpretation for other languages provided as needed.
The SBCED Clinic can assist clients who cannot afford a lawyer
|Is this organization accessible by wheelchair?||Yes|
|Does this organization provide access for the hearing impaired?||Yes|
The Clinic handles matters in D.C.
Type of Help
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|Description of Services||
Full legal representation in small business and community economic development law matters such as drafting articles of incorporation, bylaws, partnership agreements; researching local licensing requirements and zoning laws; advising and counseling clients on trademark issues and tax matters.