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Free Legal Forum for Artists!



The Anacostia Community Museum will be holding a forum with the Washington Area Lawyers for the Arts (WALA), called “Why Do I Need A Lawyer?”.
Common Legal Issues for Emerging and Existing Creative Businesses: 
Tuesday, September 13th at 7pm 
1901 Fort Place, SE Washington, DC 20002
Parking and admission is FREE!
These valuable panel discussions with Q&A sessions include a brief presentation on common issues and pitfalls attorneys regularly see with their creative business clients. Targeting both emerging and existing entrepreneurs, this event can help you protect your creative endeavor and watch it grow. Bring you pads, pens and plenty of questions for our legal experts. Co-sponsored by the Washington Area Lawyers for the Arts.
Panelists include John Mason, JD; Jennifer Williston, JD; Larry Frazier, JD; and Ray Thomas, JD. Panel to be moderated by Rachelle V. Browne, JD, Associate General Counsel for the Smithsonian Institution.

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