- Management/technical assistance providers
- Legal resources
- Nonprofit associations
- State agencies
- Start-up guides
UDC David A. Clarke School of Law
Students learn transactional and business lawyering skills while representing nonprofit organizations and small, urban entrepreneurs. The clinic works with community-based business centers and other professionals to provide clients with professional consulting services.
Title 29 of the District of Columbia Official Code provides regulations governing the creation, management, and dissolution of nonprofit and for-profit corporations.
Digital Media Law Project
A list of organizations that provide legal assistance to individuals and organizations in DC.
DC Bar Pro Bono Center
Matches community-based nonprofits with pro bono legal counsel; Offers legal clinics and in-person and webinar training sessions.
George Washington University Law School
Provides free start-up legal services to Washington, DC-area small businesses, social entrepreneurs, nonprofit organizations, and artists.
Provides access to education, advocacy and legal services through workshops and seminars, legal clinics and pro bono referral services for individual artists and cultural organizations.
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