Entrepreneurship

LAWL880
2.00 crs. , 3.00 crs.

This primarily experiential course pairs third year law students with (1) mentors in the New Orleans legal community who practice corporate law, with an emphasis on early stage ventures, and (2) early stage ventures, both for profit and non-profit, who are in need of legal service. Under the supervision of mentors, students will prepare basic transactional legal documentation for early stage ventures in the local community. Enrollment is limited and preference is given to students who have successfully completed Business Planning (L867) and/or Contract Drafting (L843). Students completing the course earn experiential learning credits equivalent to the credit hours earned in the course, and one skills credit. In addition to prerequisite, permission of Instructor required.