Miami Law Startup Practicum




Miami Law Startup Practicum


The Startup Practicum connects University of Miami School of Law students with new ventures in need of legal assistance. Students in the Startup Practicum help clients with organizing, financing, talent, intellectual property, risk, regulation and other legal issues that arise for entrepreneurs as they launch their new businesses and organizations. Students also help with client development and related activities. Specific legal matters students in the Startup Practicum assist clients with include: selecting and forming a business entity, such as LLC or C-corp; evaluating, negotiating and documenting financing transactions (equity and debt); drafting independent contractor, employee, joint venture and other agreements; protecting intellectual property, including applying for patents and trademarks; and, drafting Terms of Service and Privacy Policies for websites and apps.


Does the service work with certain industries/vertical?

The Startup Practicum accepts clients from any industry or vertical.


Does it offer pro bono startup work?



If so, please explain

All services provided by the Startup Practicum are pro bono.


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For more information about the Startup Practicum and to apply for services, visit our website.