Where Business & Law Meet

Some people find legal issues to be a bit dry, but the intersection of law and business is actually a pretty exciting place. Lawyers and law firms run much more like the corporate empires that many of them service, and corporations, of necessity, must dedicate themselves to compliance while, at the same time, establishing policies and procedures that almost have the force of law in very large businesses that can push out those policies and procedures to their suppliers and others.

Lori Tripoli writes about how law and policy affect business and how business affects the practice of law.

Does the fact that Lori has a J.D. mean that her writing is full of legalese? No. Having a law degree has helped Lori ferret out hard-to-find facts and do deep research using the skills she picked up in law school and afterward. That J.D. also boosts Lori’s accuracy. Say what you will about lawyers, but they do tend to be tenacious and hard-working, and Lori is, too.

Lori Tripoli earned a J.D. at the Georgetown University Law Center.

Lori Tripoli earned a J.D. at the Georgetown University Law Center.