Students help businesses understand their legal rights and responsibilities

Last Thursday July 17, a group of Clinical Legal Education (CLE) and Entrepreneur and Venture Advice Clinic (EVAC) students held a seminar helping Adelaide-based creatives and freelancers better understand their legal rights and business responsibilities.

As part of their project, these students were able to call on three local lawyers to come and present on three topics; Business Structures, Contracts and Agreements, and Intellectual Property Law. The event included a Q&A panel session and even a networking part at the end. They even had cheese and refreshments! The event was a great success and the team had plenty of positive feedback. The students are now preparing to hand over the event to next semester’s CLE and EVAC students.

Many thanks to Tasman Wylie, Associate at Wallmans Lawyers, Scott Jelbert, Principal at Camena Legal & Migration, and Nick Wockel, Associate at Thomson Geer. The event was hosted by Adelaide Law School students Braydon Cordingley, Chloe Winter, Li-shern Sim and William Stephenson.

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