Stanford law students, working under the supervision of the Stanford attorney teaching team, provide pro bono legal assistance and support to non-profit and for-profit startups focused on climate, sustainability, and impact.

Services

The program is open for engagements all year. The program typically supports:

Formation / incorporation

Founder equity issuance

Founder IP assignment to corporation

Hiring advisors and consultants

Fundraising (convertible notes, SAFEs, or equity <$5M)

Legal research & issue spotting

Referrals to specialists (immigration, patent, trademark)

Instructors: N/A
Faculty Principal Investigator (PI) Required?: N/A

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