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CUBE Clinics
Brooklyn Law School - CUBE

Brooklyn Law School - CUBE
”Through its clinics and
networking events,
CUBE helped me land an
incredible opportunity.
Firms want startup lawyers
and CUBE trains the best
in the field.”

—Jared Brenner ’15

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Krisna Crequé ’18 (right) at a closing with
a representative of a low-income co-op.

 

CUBE-affiliated clinics give students the opportunity to work with a wide variety of clients, enabling students to engage directly in Brooklyn’s energetic entrepreneurial communities while studying to be dynamic lawyers, advisors and participants in these sectors.

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Brooklyn Law Incubator and Policy Clinic (BLIP) specializes in advising startup companies and other entrepreneurs at the formative stages of business creation. Under the direction of Profs. Jonathan Askin and Marjorie White, students learn to give nuanced and bespoke counsel in the areas of entity formation, shareholder agreements, trademark and copyright, licensing, internet law and documentation, and commercial and operational contracts. Request assistance from BLIP

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The Corporate and Real Estate Clinic provides legal representation to low- income cooperatives organized as New York business corporations. Under the guidance of Prof. Debra Bechtel, students work with boards of directors to find innovative strategies to stabilize the finances of these organizations, making the housing more secure for the unit owners. Projects include structuring, negotiating and obtaining loans from various sources, selling corporation-owned units and structuring innovative loan programs to facilitate sales, and providing on-going advice on managerial contracts, tax arrangements and corporate management.

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Community Development Clinic (CDC) represents community development corporations, cultural institutions, affordable housing providers and small businesses that serve underrepresented communities. Under the guidance of Prof. David Reiss, students help these organizations develop, own and operate a range of service providers and facilities which may include housing for individuals with special needs, cultural centers and recreational space.

   

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Contact

For any questions regarding CUBE, please email cube@brooklaw.edu or contact John Rudikoff, CEO and Managing Director, at john.rudikoff@brooklaw.edu.