HR Questions? Register Today for Our Employment Law Clinic for Nonprofits

“CORP’s employment law clinic was a valuable resource for my organization. I met with experienced attorneys who provided me with all the advice and knowledge that I needed to answer my complex employment law questions. I highly encourage other nonprofits to take advantage of this great resource.”

– Diane, COO of a Bay-Area Nonprofit

We’re now accepting applications for our upcoming Free Employment Law Clinic for Nonprofits! This event is open to 501(c)(3) organizations directly serving low-income communities in Northern California. Participants will work one-on-one with a team of knowledgeable attorneys to receive a legal check-up of its employment practices, including:

  • Review of employee handbook
  • Review of employee classifications for compliance with wage & hour laws
  • Advice on best practices for hiring & terminations
  • Compliance with local ordinances
  • … and more!

Whether your nonprofit has specific employment-related questions or you want to make sure its up-to-date with the latest changes in employment law, this clinic’s goal is to help organizations flag employment issues before they become HR problems and offer participants with useful resources and tools, including post-clinic support if needed.

When & Where

Friday, October 19th

2:00 PM – 5:00 PM, followed by a complimentary reception

Miller Law Group

505 Sansome St.

San Francisco, CA 94111

A representative familiar with the organization’s employment/HR policies and operations must be present for the entire duration of the clinic.

To Apply

You must submit an application to be considered for the clinic. Priority will be given to organizations that did not attend last year’s employment clinic. To request an application or find out more about the clinic, contact:

Wint Huskey, CORP Paralegal

whuskey@sfbar.org / (415)782-8973

Application Deadline: October 5, 2018

co-sponsored by: Miller Law Group and The Association of Corporate Counsel

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