Welcome to the Baylor Law Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic.
The Baylor Law Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic serves at the cutting edge of early-stage businesses by helping entrepreneurs build a solid legal foundation for their new ventures cost-efficiently. Specifically, the Clinic helps new businesses with entity formation and simple service agreements. The Clinic generally operates on a low-bono basis, so new businesses are not burdened with high legal costs early in their lifecycle.
Founded by and under the supervision of Baylor Law Professor Allen Page, the Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic utilizes best practices for early-stage representation based upon Professor Page’s extensive experience in early-stage representation at large law firms in Austin, Texas.
Entrepreneurship Clinic clients are selected based on several factors, including the educational value to the law students enrolled in the Clinic, the business's potential impact, and the clinic's current caseload. Once accepted into the Clinic, each client is assigned to a student or team of students overseen by a faculty member or supervising attorney.
The Entrepreneurship Clinic operates throughout the year as a clinical course at Baylor Law, for which students receive class credit as they perform relevant work to future practice in corporate law. With a limited license to practice in Texas, students counsel with clients, draft formation documents and related consents and agreements, and draft and revise services agreements according to the client’s needs. As a result, participating students find themselves considerably ahead of their peers when they enter a corporate practice.
New business growth is accelerating, and Baylor Law School stands ready to partner in this new growth. The Baylor Law Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic is excited to engage with businesses and students as we build new enterprises efficiently and effectively. If you want to use the Entrepreneurship Clinic for your business or future business needs, please email the Clinic at email@example.com.