There is abundant academic commentary on the role of Clinical Legal Education (‘CLE’) and its role in promoting social justice. Some even argue that the latter should be its only function. As such, the idea that law clinics could exist to service a business community mostly able to absorb legal fees, is somewhat controversial. However, what if the function of university business law clinics could exceed merely providing legal advice to fledgling businesses? In other words, these clinics could exist to influence the ways businesses seek to operate and help position them as organisations which exist for the common good.