Incubator for Justice

Attending the CUNY School of Law to become a Public Lawyer is a social justice imperative.

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Starting your own law practice is a business.

The Community Legal Resource Network (CLRN) at the CUNY School of Law created the Incubator for Justice, the first of its kind in the nation, to work with CUNY graduates to not only help graduates to fulfill their personal mission, but to establish successful law practices.

The Incubator for Justice provides the essential tools for building and managing a successful and sustainable law practice.  Professional development and training includes essential business practice topics including:

  • Personnel Management
  • Financial Practices and Management
  • Operations and Technology
  • Marketing
  • Leadership Development
  • Managing for Mission
  • Working Business Plans

Additionally, the Incubator for Justice provides opportunities for lawyers to share best practices, learn from experienced attorneys, identify resources for practice maintenance, obtain critical CLE credits and engage with and support the greater CUNY Law School community.

Please stay tuned for updates regarding the CLRN construction project for more details regarding the Incubator for Justice Program.  In the meanwhile, please contact Interim Director Lisa Reiner with any questions.

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