The Transactional Law Clinics consist of the Business and Non-Profit Clinic, the Real Estate Clinic, the Entertainment Law Clinic and the Community Enterprise Clinic. These clinics provide legal assistance to small businesses, entrepreneurs and community organizations for business formation, contract review and negotiation, commercial financing, leasing, community economic development, real estate purchase and sales, business acquisitions, intellectual property, nonprofit formation, permitting, licensing, and other transactional legal services.
In every respect, the Transactional Law Clinics operates as a professional law office in the service of clients; this clinic offers the opportunity to gain experience on topics such as:
- client interviewing and intake;
- case management;
- contract drafting;
- negotiation skills;
- ethics; and
- legal analysis
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2016 ClinicTalks Series
Lecturers on Law Amanda Kool and Joe Hedal, Clinical Instructor Marea Parker and HLS Students Catherine Humphreville, Hilary Baker-Jennings and Christian Frazier
How to Register
The Transactional Law Clinics is offered in the Fall and Spring semester. You can learn about the required clinical course component, additional requirements and requisites, as well as the clinical registration process itself, by reading the course catalog description and exploring the links in this section.
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Transactional Law Clinics
6 Everett Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
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