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Tuesday, August 02, 2011

Mailbag: I and E Club Meets Wed August 10th: Free Legal Aid Will be discussed

Aug. 10: Budding Lawyers Offer Budding Entrepreneurs Free Advice

The University of Wisconsin Law School’s Law & Entrepreneurship Clinic provides free legal services to help entrepreneurs and small business owners realize their potential.

These services and how to access them will be presented at the next meeting of the Evansville Area Inventors & Entrepreneurs Club. The meeting, free and open to the public, begins at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 10, at Creekside Place, 102 Maple St., Evansville.

An entrepreneurial venture itself, the clinic enables law students to gain practical experience with supervision from co-directors Eric Englund and Anne Smith, who are members of the U-W law school faculty. Assisting them are private practice attorneys who offer consultative advice on a pro bono basis. Englund will present information about the law clinic as well as the Entrepreneurs’ Resource Clinic at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery.

Networking is always offered after presentations, giving guests an opportunity to mention their businesses, inventions, and questions. Guests also are invited to linger over refreshments, sponsored in August by Evansville Floral. A full-service florist, Evansville Floral can keep track of your significant dates, create unique floral and gift arrangements, and deliver them to your special someone. No event is too large or small for Evansville Floral and its dedicated staff.

Sponsors like Evansville Floral and donations enable the club to keep meetings free and open to the public. For exclusive sponsorship opportunities, or general club information, contact Sue Berg, club president, at 608-882-0986 or suebergsolutions@gmail.com, or John Gishnock III, vice president of programs, at 608-314-6656 or john.g@formecology.com.

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