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The Community Enterprise Clinic was recently awarded a $100,000, two-year grant from the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation to provide a variety of legal services to innovative non-profit organizations working to stimulate economic activity in low-wealth communities in North Carolina. This project may diversify the clinic's work further, specifically allowing it to identify and address the structural barriers in federal or state tax law that hinder the efforts of enterprising non-profits to address critical community issues.


The Community Enterprise Clinic relies heavily on the generous support of many organizations:

The Duke Endowment
The Fannie Mae Foundation
The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation
Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice
Wachovia Bank
BB&T Bank
The North Carolina Fund of the Racial Justice Collaborative


Regional and Major Gifts Office

"For me, the Community Enterprise Clinic was a true win-win situation. I got practical experience doing transactional work and the satisfaction of knowing that our efforts had an impact for good in the community. I can't think of a more worthwhile experience to have during law school."

Peter Christofferson '03

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