Since opening its doors in 2006, the Small Business Legal Clinic (SBLC) has provided business transactional legal advice to more than 900 new and emerging businesses more than 1700 separate legal matters. Seventy-five percent of the Lewis and Clark Law School clinic’s clients are businesses owned by women, minorities, and recent immigrants.
In addition to providing practical experience for Lewis & Clark law students, the SBLC provides its much-needed services to small businesses who otherwise would not have access to an attorney. By providing these crucial services, the SBLC helps new businesses get started off on the right foot, and helps existing businesses take their business to the next level.
Find out more about the SBLC
- The services we offer
- Client Spotlights
- Pro Bono Attorneys
- SBLC staff
- Our list of advisory board members
- SBLC in the Community