Recent Cleveland-Marshall graduates interested in learning more about applying for occupancy in the new Solo Practice Incubator opening this February are encouraged to attend an informational meeting on Tuesday, January 21, 2014, at 5:00 p.m. in the Room 237 of the law school. At this meeting, you will hear from Solo Incubator Advisory Council members and have the opportunity to get your questions answered.
Cleveland-Marshall College of Law is now accepting attorney applications from recent graduates interested in launching their own solo law practices.
Recent Cleveland-Marshall graduates accepted into occupancy looking to start careers as legal entrepreneurs will be housed in a state-of-the-art, newly constructed office space situated in what was previously a section of the school’s law library. Each practitioner will establish his or her own private law practice over a two-year period in the practice area of their choosing.
Occupants will be provided with low-cost resources, including office space, office amenities and business services. Through a partnership with the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, reduced-cost health and liability insurance and vendor discounts will also be available to the practitioners.
Beyond the monetary advantages, occupants will benefit from substantial guidance in the practical management of their firms, and from the comradeship of fellow graduate entrepreneurs. The school’s Solo Incubator Advisory Council will host frequent presentations, workshops and CLE seminars by prominent Cleveland practitioners, local businesses, service providers and others. The incubator will also have a designated coordinator who will be available as a resource for guidance and troubleshooting, and will hold regular workshops to discuss practical management and pending matters.
Read more and download your Tenant Application at the Solo Practice Incubator website.
Complete informaton on the Solo Practice Incubator Grand Opening.