Hanna Hasl-Kelchner, Esq. also known as The No-Nonsense
Lawyer™, has been called a “lawyer you can love”
by a Chicken Soup for the Soul co-author. She has worked
for large corporations; but she has also had a front row
seat to The American Dream, watching her parents build a
successful small business from scratch. Her systems and unique insights help
businesses achieve more independence and security in managing their legal
risk. She keeps it real by making the connection between law and business
clear, simple, and practical.
She has been seen on MSNBC and FoxNews, quoted in Fortune Small Business,
ABA Journal, InsideCounsel, HR Magazine, Business Week, and the
Los Angeles Times, and had her writing featured in US Chamber Magazine,
BizEd, Young Lawyer, ACCA Docket, American Executive and on Dun & Bradstreet’s
Her groundbreaking book, The Business Guide to Legal Literacy: What Every
Manager Should Know about the Law, provides an unusual look at how the
law can enhance your business performance. It examines the little-known
factors that secretly sabotage the success of traditional compliance programs
and how you can embed legal literacy into your business DNA in
a way that sticks. It is a must-have business resource and a roadmap for
staying ahead of the liability curve.
Hanna earned her undergraduate degree from Duke University, her MBA degree
from Cornell University, and her law degree from the Rutgers University
School of Law – Camden, where she won awards for her advocacy skills.
She has also been on the faculty and taught in the MBA programs at top
ranked Duke University Fuqua School of Management and the University of
Virginia, Darden School of Business.
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