Free Legal Workshop for Food Entrepreneurs on October 18 in Berkeley, CA

On Tuesday, October 18th a program entitled Legal Eats! Free Workshop to Advance Your Food Business or Idea will take place in Berkeley, CA.  This program is intended to provide legal support to small food enterprises that are serving low-income communities.  Attorneys and students will present on 15 different legal topics relevant to food entrepreneurs, including:

  • Choosing a Business Structure
  • Financing a Food Enterprise
  • Food and Agriculture Regulations
  • Zoning

This program is sponsored by the East Bay Community Law Center (EBCLC), Sustainable Economies Law Center (SELC), Green Collar Communities Clinic (GC3 ), Students for Economic and Environmental Justice at Berkeley Law School (SEEJ) Free Legal Clinic.  This program is free and you can register here.