Goodsill Attorney named Virtual-Professional-in-Residence at the Shidler College of Business
Aug 2, 2012
(HONOLULU, HAWAII — August 2, 2012) — Johnathan C. Bolton of Goodsill Anderson Quinn & Stifel will serve as a Virtual-Professional-in-Residence (VPIR) at the Shidler College of Business at the University of Hawaii at Manoa’s Pacific Asian Center for Entrepreneurship & E-Business (PACE).
Bolton will offer students practical knowledge, information and advice on corporate formation and governance, licensing, strategic asset acquisition, corporate finance, bankruptcy and restructuring issues.
The VPIR program connects business professionals with students and faculty via email and phone. Professionals serve as mentors, judges and speakers for PACE events.
“Students can learn a lot from a legal perspective to take the time to set up their business and do their due diligence,” said Tracy Taira, program manager for PACE. “Mentors are esteemed resources for future generations to succeed.”
PACE is dedicated to fostering the entrepreneurial spirit among members of the University and local community. Programs include innovative graduate and undergraduate curriculum reflecting an Asian Pacific theme, research projects to facilitate entrepreneurial advancement in the Pacific Rim and community outreach.
Goodsill Anderson Quinn & Stifel LLP, founded in Hawaii in 1878, has nearly 70 attorneys representing local, national and international clients. Goodsill lawyers handle a wide range of civil law matters, extending personalized legal services with cutting-edge resources. For more information about the firm, please visit www.goodsill.com.