The Georgia Tech Pre-Law Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta will be presenting guest speaker Larry Keller at its meeting Monday March 9 at 8pm in DMSmith 104. The talk, “Traditional and Non-Traditional Careers for Lawyers,” will be an open ended discussion on available legal and non-legal career paths for law school graduates. Larry will draw on his 30 plus years as a lawyer, corporate manager, management consultant and teacher to discuss the wide-range of career paths available to law school graduates. Larry will also be available to answer questions about law school and the legal profession.
Larry Keller is an adjunct instructor in Tech’s School of Public Policy and College of Management, and in Georgia State’s Robinson College of Business. He also serves as “Of Counsel” to a local law firm specializing in telecommunications and Internet-related legal issues. Larry practiced telecommunications law in Washington, D.C., was a member of the management team of a large telecommunications company, and was a management consultant for one “Big Four” accounting/consulting firms. Larry received an undergraduate degree in economics from the University of Wisconsin, a masters degree in economics from the University of Michigan, and a law degree from Georgetown University.