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Wake Forest University School of Law

Wake Forest University School of Law and West LegalEdcenter have partnered together to provide an important upcoming series of programs, AVAILABLE AT NO COST, aimed at assisting small businesses navigate the financial challenges they may face due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Small businesses have been especially hard hit by the pandemic, and many have never been so seriously threatened by financial collapse. Many will necessarily consider, for the first time ever, the possibility of bankruptcy. And, the individuals behind the businesses will ask their lawyers "should I file bankruptcy". Advising these clients on the right answer for them requires an understanding of the basic tools bankruptcy offers, but like their clients, many of these lawyers have never faced these issues before.

To help bridge this gap, Wake Forest School of Law and Thomson Reuters will be providing in the near future, free to the legal community at large, a unique CLE for bankruptcy newcomers. These programs are being designed to provide legal professionals with the skills and savvy necessary to help their small business clients navigate the post-COVID economy by introducing the basic tools of bankruptcy that can keep their clients' businesses alive.

These programs are being designed to provide legal professionals with the skills and savvy necessary to help their small business clients navigate the post-COVID economy by introducing the basic tools of bankruptcy that can keep their clients' businesses alive.

This practically focused series of courses will include:

  • 15 hours of conversations with practicing experts, using straightforward, understandable terms
  • Structured discussions among judges, lawyers, trustees, and bankruptcy administrators.
  • An overview of how bankruptcy works generally and how it works differently depending on the client's peculiar circumstances, needs, and goals
  • Broad overviews of the types of bankruptcy available to small business, and narrowing to specific but commonly encountered topics and issues
  • Visit the Wake Forest University Law School site for more detailed information, CLICK HERE.

    To view the no cost programs included in this program CLICK HERE.

    To view a welcome video from Wake Forest University Law School Dean Jane Aiken, CLICK HERE.

    https://law.wfu.edu/



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