Carthel here again.
I tend to like to keep things simple and easy to follow. I think you have gotten some EXCELLENT posts (especially from Harry)so far.
I would just like to encourage you to "consider the path of least resistance". Basically, look around you and see what connections/hobbies/interest you CURRENTLY have. Then, do some research about those connections/hobbies/interest and see if a viable (quantity, quality, accessibility, affordability, demand, etc.) market exists that you can build a practice around.
For example, upon graduating I was headed in the direction of offering my services to religious based non-profits. However, I have received several referrals to clients in need of estate planning involving probate. My research has revealed that there is a HUGE need for probate prevention planning and estate administration in the African-American community!
So, I am re-focusing my efforts in that direction...it may or may not lead to religious non-profits. But, that's the niche I am focusing my practice on.
Lastly, Dr. Basu and Harry are GREAT resources and very, very helpful. I would schedule a conference call to talk to either of them about your practice. This forum is good...but, talking to them directly is exponentially better.
Best of luck my friend....