Project Start-up is the Center for Business and Financial Law's project that focuses on new and small companies.
Project Start-up is supported by New York Law School's courses related to forming, operating, advising, and raising capital for small businesses, including:
Business Planning: Financing the Start-Up Business and Venture Capital
Transactional Law Clinic: Start-Ups and Non-Profits
Examples of recent gradutes that have started their own successful companies include Jeffrey Mullen '05, the founder and CEO of the award-winning Dynamics, Inc., a mobile payments technology company, and Robert Niznik '11, the founder of Shpoonkle, an on-line marketplace for attorneys.