Rebecca Prien, attorney and artist, shares with us about how she helps creative entrepreneurs use the law to harness and leverage their creativity to grow their businesses—and how she’s doing that for her own business, counsel-to-creativity.
Rebecca specializes in creativity-law-creativity translation. She counsels right-brained entrepreneurs on how to harness and leverage their creativity to grow their businesses. Committed to helping creative businesses thrive, Rebecca believes that legal structures are key to creating a thriving, sustainable business. To get there, she connects with her clients through playing with language and drawing concepts, literally changing the way law is done.
She is a graduate of Princeton University and Boston University School of Law and, over the last decade, has served at two United States Courts of Appeals and in private practice at two major firms. But she’s never been simply an attorney, having woven her creative and entrepreneurial pursuits, which include creative writing, painting and yoga, throughout her education and career.