Blaire Jones is a law fellow at National Public Radio and a new graduate of Georgetown Law. While spending the summer of 2010 as an associate at a Romanian law firm, Blaire became a venture enthusiast, dedicated to helping companies thrive by removing legal obstacles and managing risk. Blaire is a two-time winner of Georgetown’s Jean Shirley Frohlicher scholarship and a CALI Award for her paper on “Smarter Smart Money: Venture Financing in the New Economy.”

 

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The Moonlight Hustle

Moonlight Hustle

It’s unbelievably hard to find your rung on the career ladder now. At least 9.1% of us can’t even grab a hold, and vastly more of us, maybe even 71%, are not where we want to be with our work. The recession is one…

Book Review: Harvesting Intangible Assets by Andrew Sherman

HarvestingAssets

Consider, for a moment, all the roles that you play as an entrepreneur. Innovator, manager, marketer, enthusiast, salesman, strategist—the list goes on forever, but does it include farmer? If it doesn’t, it will by the time you finish reading Harvesting Intangible Assets. Entrepreneurs are…