Brigham Young University's Law and Entrepreneurship Clinic, part of the BYU Law School, is a student-based, clinical program aimed to provide innovators and entrepreneurs with legal services. Under the supervision of clinical faculty and staff, law students work together to represent start-up companies, entrepreneurs, and nonprofit organizations. Clients range from brand-new initiatives where students help launch the business from a legal perspective to more established companies with more sophisticated legal needs. For specific types of assistance offered, visit the website. The Clinic accepts applications on an ongoing, rolling basis. However, the Clinic is only staffed and available to assist entrepreneurs from late August through mid-April. During the months that the Clinic is staffed, the client selection process is typically completed within two to three weeks of application receipt. All client selection decisions are subject to the Clinic staffing availability and are solely within the Clinic Director's discretion. To see the client-selection criteria and/or to fill out an application, visit the website.
Centro Hispano's mission is to help empower Hispanics to have equal access to the information and resources they need in order to strengthen individuals, families, and communities through education and skill-building activities.
Central Hispano provides bilingual services to Hispanic community members. We offer services such as walk-in consultations for information and referrals, free adult education classes, legal assessments, low-income tax payer assistance, and health promotion and wellness activities.
They also may have a representative who is at the Utah County Family Justice Center on Tuesday nights. It is recommended that you see the representative at the Utah County Family Justice Center, rather than at the Centro Hispano building if you require legal assistance.