Monthly Archives: March 2015

Legal Clinic with East Boston Neighborhood Business Institute

The Economic Justice Project was excited to partner with WilmerHale and the East Boston Neighborhood Business Institute on Wednesday, March 25 for a business legal clinic. A business legal clinic is an opportunity for entrepreneurs to speak one-on-one with an attorney about their discrete, business legal issues. There were 7 entrepreneurs receiving assistance on a range

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Catering Business Legal Workshop at Haley House Bakery Café

Last week on March 25, The Economic Justice Project partnered with the Haley House Bakery Café, Goodwin Proctor, and SkyLab to bring a tailored Catering Workshop to entrepreneurs and small business owners. This Catering Business Legal Workshop provided entrepreneurs and small business owners with the ABCs of opening and operating a new small business. At

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Connecting with Hyde Park & West Roxbury Business Owners

Last Thursday, March 19, the Economic Justice Project partnered with Foley Hoag, Hyde Park Main Streets, and West Roxbury Main Streets to provide a business legal workshop on entity formation. The workshop was led by Amanda Vendig and Patrick Connolly and attended by several small business owners, including a optical store owner, a shoe repair store owner,

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National Voter Registration Act Settlement

The Lawyers’ Committee and member firm Ropes & Gray along with Demos, Project Vote and the national Lawyers’ Committee entered a settlement with the Massachusetts Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA) that will ensure that hundreds of thousands of eligible Massachusetts citizens are provided opportunities to register to vote in compliance with the National Voter Registration

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