Growing (with) a Company: Lessons in Leadership Learned at Yale Law School

Larry Stupski
3 YALE SYMP. L. & TECH. art. no. 5

When I was thinking about how to begin my remarks, I thought about the lessons I had learned in a thirty-year long career, and which of those lessons I could tie to the Yale Law School. I was reminded that if I had learned anything as a law student, it was that by the time you graduate you could find a relationship between any two things in the universe, and you could also find that no relationship existed between any two things in the universe.