Tuesday, March 8, 2011
San Diego Union Tribune -- Chula Vista resident Gwen Pierce wanted to be a positive voice for the African American community, so in 2007 she began publishing a magazine with inspirational content aimed at people of color.
As her subscriber base grew, Pierce needed legal advice on handling contracts with writers and advertisers at “The Chocolate Voice” magazine. So she turned to the University of San Diego’s entrepreneurship clinic, staffed with law students who assist local business owners at no cost. (Full Story)