This course would offer students the opportunity to devise a business plan for a social enterprise. Students would assume the role of social entrepreneur and would have to go through the phases of business development, including coming up with an idea for a social enterprise, draft a business plan, engage in market research, come up with a finance/fundraising/revenue plan for the entity, and consider corporate form, intellectual property, and team building. The Law of Social Entrepreneurship and Exempt Organizations would be a pre-requisite for this course. In addition, the course would be sequenced so that students would take the Law of Social Entrepreneurship and Exempt Organizations in the spring of their second year, and then the Practicum in the first semester of their third year. The goal of the course would be for the students to enroll in the New York Business Plan Competition in spring of their third year, specifically in the Social Entrepreneurship “track” of that competition.