Entrepreneurs’ Law Clinic – Client Testimonials
“The ELC has been extremely helpful to me as I develop and launch my new nonprofit. They have helped with my initial filing for a 501c3, the trademark and copyright procedures and my terms of service agreement for my web site. The law students are energetic, competent and highly professional. I am so grateful for the leadership and supervision of Professor Norris and the entire ELC team.” – ELC client
“We feel very lucky to have worked with the ELC over many semesters and we’ve found that because of the ELC we’re better equipped to handle an array of challenges that new ventures have to contend with. The students and their advisors at the ELC have done top-quality work and given us valuable tools that we’ve used in our early-stage business.” – Scoot Science, ELC client
“The bang for the proverbial buck provided by the ELC is unbeatable. I am constantly impressed with the level of service received from the clinic and sincerely value the connections I have made working with the clinic.” – QuickCarl, Inc., ELC client
“I highly recommend the ELC to both law students and local businesses and alums that want to encourage young startup lawyers and receive gratis legal services at the same time!” – Ian Hafkenschiel, Founder, One Global Village DBA SocialWimzy
“The students listened to what I needed and crafted a legal document template that met my needs and could be further modified as needed. This document will be useful in helping me raise social venture capital in the form of low interest loans.” – Marc Krizack, Executive Director, Whirlwind Wheelchair:
“Working with Santa Clara University’s Entrepreneurs’ Law Clinic was a win-win and we look forward to participating in future clinics. The ELC was able to provide quality legal advice without the financial sting of traditional law services. In return, a couple of bright future lawyers gained valuable insight into the legal requirements of Silicon Valley start-ups.” – Shawn Lange, Co-Founder and CEO, L2F Inc.
These testimonials do not constitute a guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of your legal matter.