The Community Legal Resource Network and the
Incubator for Justice present a 2 Credit CLE Course and
Networking Event on Not for Profits and Social Enterprise:
Starting and Managing your Public Interest Company.
Learn about the mechanics, ins and outs of starting a not-
for-profit corporation or other public interest minded business.
- Michele Lampach, Esq., ('10), Unlocal, Inc.
- Elena Volkova, Esq., Roizin & Volkova Law Group
- Karen Gargamelli, Esq. ('07) and Jay Kim ('07),
- Maggie Sposato, Esq., ('10), The Patel Law Firm,
Deadline to register/RSVP (required) is April 2, 2013.
***CLE Registration, refreshments and networking will
begin at 6:30.***
The CLE Portion begins promptly at 7:00, and continues
Please note: Our CLE seminars are appropriate for both
newly admitted attorneys and experienced attorneys. Two
(2) CLE credits on Professional Practice will be provided. A
fee waiver for economic hardship is available upon written
request. To request a fee waiver, or if you have any
questions, email Francesca Rojas at
*Under Continuing Legal Education regulations, CLE credit
will be offered only to those attorneys completing entire
sessions; attorneys attending only part of a session are not
eligible for partial credit for a session. Attorneys arriving late
are welcome to attend the program but will not be eligible for
CLE credit. Attorneys wishing to receive CLE credit must
sign in the program's attendance register prior to and following
the CLE program; once a speaker begins the program, the
sign in sheet will be removed. Similarly, attorneys leaving the
session early are also ineligible for CLE credit. While in NYS
50 minutes of CLE training provides 1 hour of credit, all CLEs
sponsored by CUNY School of Law run a full 60 minutes, not
including introductory remarks or breaks, but including
questions and answer periods.
April 4, 2013
CUNY School of Law
2 Court Square
Long Island City, Queens
$40 for CLRN members; $75 for non-CLRN members