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          Startup Legal Garage Client Receives First TechCrunch "Include" Grant

          Black Girls Code promotes participation of women of color in the tech sector.
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          "Black Girls CODE is devoted to showing the world that black girls can code, and do so much more."

          Black Girls Code, a non-profit client of UC Hastings’ Startup Legal Garage which promotes the participation of women of color in the tech sector, is the recipient of the first TechCrunch Include Grant of $50,000.

          Students in the Startup Legal Garage provide corporate and intellectual property work to early stage startup companies under the supervision of leading attorneys throughout the Bay Area.

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