OCLC is an incubator program for new attorneys wishing to start their own solo law practice.
OCLC is a collaborative effort between the four Orange County non-profit legal services firms: Community Legal Aid SoCal, Veteran’s Legal Institute, Public Law Center, and the Elder Law and Disability Rights Center. Applications are open to any licensed California Attorney with priority given to 2019 and 2020 graduates.
OCLC provides mentoring, training, and other benefits to new attorneys in exchange for their commitment to provide 200 hours of pro bono legal assistance under the supervision of the partner non-profits.
What are Some of the Other Benefits?
• An introductory “bootcamp” geared toward helping new attorneys start their firms.
• Membership in Lawyer Referral Service (LRS) with the first year’s enrollment fee waived.
• A one-year license to CLIO (practice management software)
• Benefits from CEB including access to Practitioner and discounts on OnLaw.
• Availability of low-cost professional liability insurance.
• Participant fees waived for 2021 inaugural class.
Contact Jordana Furman at Jfurman@eldrcenter.org.