Howard University Engages Hands Law Attorney to Speak on Entrepreneurship

Since 1867, Howard University has awarded more than 100,000 degrees in the professions, arts, sciences and humanities; it has long held a commitment to the study of disadvantaged persons in American society and throughout the world. To be engaged to speak at an institution with such a rich history was an opportunity Hands Law attorney Charles Hands did not take for granted. 

Hands spoke with Howard University seniors enrolled in an entrepreneurship class on how he transitioned from being a pre-med student to an entrepreneur attorney. Students were most fascinated with how Hands and his business partner in a consulting company were able to go from an idea to a nationally recognized business with several publications.