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Lawrence Knoll

Lawrence Knoll

Senior Attorney, Director Wolf, Arnold & Knoll, P.C.

Lawrence Knoll serves as an Adjunct Assistant Professor with New York University School of Professional Studies and as Program Developer for the NYU-SPS Advanced Diploma in Legal Project Management.

Professor Knoll is a principal attorney with the law firm of Wolf, Arnold & Knoll, P.C. in Manhattan. He counsels clients on international business law matters focusing on international trade regulations and commercial law. He has both lectured and participated as a panel speaker on various topics in international business law.

Professor Knoll earned his law degree at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, during which time he served as an associate editor for the Comparative Labor Law Journal and studied international business at Wharton. He earned his Certificate in Project Management from NYU-SPS. He has more than fifteen years of experience in law firm management and more than twenty-two years of experience in legal case and transaction management

Currently Teaching

Legal Project Management

Learn how to apply traditional and agile project management methods to the management of legal service matters and legal service enterprises.

Issues in a Globalizing Economy

Acquire a comprehensive understanding of economic globalization, and develop critical thinking to apply to issues in this field.

Legal Services Project Management

Learn how to apply traditional and agile project management methods to the management of legal service matters and legal service enterprises.