Are you a start-up, entrepreneur or small business who is in need of legal assistance but not sure where to go?
The Business Law Cafe may be able to help with free legal support and information.
Provided by law students from Manchester Met Law School under the supervision of qualified commercial lawyers working pro-bono.
Attendance by appointment only.
Date and Time: 7 November 2017 | 6pm - Limited appointments available
Interested? Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
Event location: Innospace, The Shed, Chester Street, Manchester, M1 5GD
Event contact: Emma Goodwin · email@example.com
Event website: http://www2.mmu.ac.uk/law/about-us/events/detail/index.php?id=7091
Further information provided by the Business Law Cafe:
About the Business Law Café
Manchester Law School’s ‘Business Law Café’ at Manchester Metropolitan University aims to provide law students with practical legal experience and assist start-ups, social enterprises, and entrepreneurs with their unmet legal needs through working in partnership with Manchester’s commercial lawyers.
Student volunteers will work with clients who have commercial legal queries, under the supervision of professional lawyers from Addleshaw Goddard solicitors. The lawyers and students will be giving their time pro bono (on a voluntary basis) to provide free legal assistance.
What services does the Business Law Café offer?
The Business Law Café offers free legal guidance across a range of issues that may affect businesses. The Café considers queries in general commercial areas, corporate law, intellectual property, employment (non-contentious) and real-estate/property law.
The Café itself does not give assistance beyond initial legal information, although its relationship with lawyers may mean there are further pro bono legal services available. This further support is more likely to be available for organisations with a social or charitable mission.
The Café aims to provide the highest standards of service; however, it is an information only service, it is not intended to be a substitute for paid professional legal advice and is not, as such, regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. The intention is to provide broad guidance on legal issues. If you require urgent legal advice, we strongly urge you to seek paid professional legal advice.