Lenore Horton provides winning strategies for businesses, non-profits, and startups to manage and meet their legal needs in ways that help them achieve their business objectives. She provides executive-level advice, strategy, and representation to her clients, often in the role of Outside General Counsel. Critically acclaimed for her work as a corporate and litigation attorney, her work as general counsel also includes informal dispute resolution, employment law counseling, and brand protection through the management of large and international trademark portfolios. Lenore’s approach to client representation is designed to be effective regardless of the client’s in-house legal capabilities, and draws upon her years of large-firm practice, practical teaching experience, and her own journey as a serial entrepreneur.
Lenore holds a J.D. from Howard University School of Law, and a masters of laws (LL.M., magna cum laude) in international law and justice from Fordham University School of Law. Outside of representing clients, she has published and lectured in the United States and abroad on international justice issues, particularly on the intersection of business and human rights law, and on the role of business in peace-building and post-conflict re-development. When not working, you can usually find her actively involved in her role as a foster parent to newborns and toddlers.