San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Workshop: Attorneys and law students will present on legal issues affecting food justice enterprises, including:
- Choosing a Business Structure
- Financing a Food Enterprise
- Food and Agriculture Regulations
- ....and many more
Resource Fair: Presentations will be followed by a resource fair, where participants can get information about homemade foods, access to commercial kitchen space, health permitting, start-up funding, business planning and more!
Food: A light breakfast will be provided before the presentation, followed by lunch!
Free Legal Clinic: Apply up for a free legal consultation session! Sit down with lawyers for an hour to discuss legal issues and questions you have about your food justice enterprise. The legal clinics will be held at the East Bay Community Law Center. For more information, and to sign up for a clinic session, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (510) 548-4040, ext. 340.Preference will be given to low income entrepreneurs or enterprises/projects that serve low-income communities.
Our goal: To provide legal support to small-scale food enterprises serving low-income communities to enable their full participation as entrepreneurs in a sustainable economy.
Sponsored by: East Bay Community Law Center (EBCLC) - Green Collar Communities Clinic (GC3), Sustainable Economies Law Center (SELC), Students for Economic and Environmental Justice at Berkeley Law School (SEEJ), People's Grocery, and The City of Oakland Department of Parks and Recreation.
This event only happens twice a year, so you don't want to miss this!
When & Where
EBCLC SELC City of Oakland People's Grocery
This event is organized by the East Bay Community Law Center- Green-Collar Communities Clinic; Sustainable Economies Law Center (SELC), the City of Oakland- Parks and Recreation Department and People's Grocery.