|24||International Committee of Red Cross Teaching International Humanitarian Law Workshop *|
|Introduction to Law *|
|29||ICLRS Development Meeting *|
|Development Meeting *|
|07||Religious Freedom Discussion Series, Gary B. Doxey|
|12||Religious Freedom Discussion Series, David M. Kirkham|
The Business Law Association (BLA) is hosting a Business Plan Competition at the BYU Law School to help students explore the option of starting their own firm or other type of business.
Over the course of three to four months, the BLA will help participants through the development stages of a new business model. Over the specified time period, the participants will talk to local legal experts and entrepreneurs to determine best practice methods.
“The idea is that you are trying to set yourself apart in the way the client wants,” said Fred Pena, BLA president.
The inspiration for this competition comes from Nathan Furr, a professor of entrepreneurship in the Marriott Business School. Furr’s book, “Nail It Then Scale It,” teaches people how to find the pain, or point of improvement within our society, and then build a business model around that pain.
If students are interested in learning more about the Business Plan Competition, please contact Fred Pena at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted:November 08, 2012