Priceless legal advice

Aspiring entrepreneurs with more ideas than legal funds find a means to protect their innovations and pursue their dreams for an unbelievable price: Free. The lifeline comes from the newest law student clinic at the University of Richmond, which contributed an estimated $219,000 in business, contracts and licensing services to the community in its first semester. Businesswoman Kelli Lieder launched a speaking tour for her company and its children’s musical project a week after third-year law student Jim Stubbs finished sorting out a complicated series of rights and royalties issues. The case involved 109 hours of work, valued at more than $17,000.

Richmond Law magazine

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