Tuesdays, February 5, 2019, at LA Law Library, learn all the things you “didn’t know you needed to know” about building your business.
Experts in law, finance and marketing, among other subjects, will present this 14-part series giving entrepreneurs and business owners the practical and comprehensive training needed to set up a business for long-term growth and success. Classes are held on Tuesdays 12:00-2:00, February 5 through May 7. All classes are FREE.
Detailed class information and speakers biographies can be found at www.lalawlibrary.org/BUSINESS.
To register for the series visit: www.lalawlibrary.org/BUSINESS.
LA Law Library is the largest public law library in the western U.S., and a major downtown hub for legal research, instruction and education for business owners, professionals and the general public. In addition to acting as the curator and cultivator of a superior collection of legal resources comprised of nearly one million volume equivalents – including one of the nation’s largest foreign and international law collections – LA Law Library serves as a gateway to legal information and a navigator facilitating access to the legal system for those who do not have or cannot afford legal representation. Our staff serves more than fifty thousand patrons annually, both nationally and globally, and the number continues to grow daily as new programs and workshops are developed with the assistance of our many partners. These critical community efforts depend on revenue from civil court filing fees as well as private donations. For additional information on the LA Law Library, please visit www.lalawlibrary.org or call 213.785.2529.
For more information please contact Ryan Metheny, Managing Librarian, Legal Education, at email@example.com or call (213) 785-2561.
Discounted parking is available at the library’s public parking lot located at the corner of 1st & Hill St. through class registration for $8. LA Law Library is also conveniently located next to the Civic Center Metro station downtown, and can be easily reached by many Metro bus lines and the downtown Dash.