Learn How Law Impacts Business, for Small Business Owners

Eight-Part Course Design for Non-Attorney Ownders


Learn how the law impacts your small business during this 8-part business law training series for small business owners.

This eight-part course is hosted by the DC Bar Pro Bono Center, the DC Department of Small & Local Business Development (DSLBD), and the DC Small Business Development Center (DCSBDC).

The course is designed for the *non-attorney* small business owner including sole proprietors, business partnerships, general managers and owners of LLCs that seek to develop their capabilities. It provides an overview of setting up your business, contracts, employment law, risk/insurance, accounting, and intellectual property legal concerns.

Registration includes all eight virtual sessions of this course. There is a one-time $75 fee that covers the entire course.

Each of the eight virtual sessions will be held on Tuesdays and run from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.:

  • Jan. 10
  • Jan. 17
  • Jan. 24
  • Jan. 31
  • Feb. 7
  • Feb. 14
  • Feb. 21
  • Feb. 28

Participants will learn the basics of DC registration & corporate law, employment law, risk management, contracts, government contracting and certification, intellectual property, and accounting from experienced business attorneys at D.C.’s most prestigious law firms.

Register now at: https://probono.center/smallbiz8part2023

Please contact lpaley@dcbar.org with questions.

If your business is seeking one-on-one brief legal advice, please request assistance online at: https://probono.center/remotesmallbizclinic