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Pro Bono Clinic February 24th

On Sunday, February 24th, the EASL and IP Sections will be co-sponsoring a Pro Bono Clinic at Dance/NYC's 2013 Symposium. The Clinic will take place between 10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. at Gibney Dance Center (890 Broadway, 5th Floor, New York, NY).

If you are a member of either the EASL Section and/or IP Section of the NYSBA and a licensed attorney and would like to volunteer for one or more of the 30 minute time slots, please email me at eheckeresq@eheckeresq.com and specify your contact information (name, firm/company, phone number and email address), which time slot(s), area(s) of expertise, and whether you are an EASL and/or IP Section member. We are looking for volunteers with experience in the following general areas: Entertainment, Intellectual Property (copyright and trademarks), Licensing, Corporation/Incorporation (please specify if you have not-for-profit incorporation experience), and Collaboration Agreements.

If you do not have pro bono liability insurance, you may be covered under EASL and IP's policy for this Clinic. Please notify me if you need such coverage.

For your information, Dance/NYC's 2013 Symposium will explore the role and reach of New York City dance, and dig deep into the current circumstances of funding, touring, marketing, and education. Envisioned as a meeting of stakeholders--advocates, funders, policymakers, artists, managers, scholars and audiences--the event's primary goals are to: stimulate awareness, interest, and ongoing engagement in NYC dance; share innovation and develop collaborative advocacy, marketing, management, and creative models and information for use by the dance community; generate dialogue and forge dynamic partnerships among individuals and across nonprofit, government, and private sectors.

The 2013 event will make use of Gibney Dance Center's seven dance studios for main sessions, open level master classes, a networking lunch and reception, and more.
Thank you,

Elissa D. Hecker
EASL Pro Bono Steering Committee

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