Instructor, Legal Studies
EMBA Class: Ethics in the Enterprise
James Lammendola’s path in life led him from the courtroom and into the classroom. A private practice attorney from 1985 to 2007, Lammendola concentrated on debt collection, criminal defense and real estate matters. He made frequent appearances before the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas and Municipal Court.
“Presenting current and relevant legal principles with a mix of the theoretical and the practical to a group of engaged and responsive managers and executives is both challenging and rewarding. I receive feedback that indicates that there is real-world application of a number of principles covered in class. The feedback allows me to be a more effective teacher and allows both student and teacher to better understand the legal environment of the business world.”
Lammendola’s research interests include real estate sales disclosures, fair housing legislation, and historic preservation. He has co-authored articles that have appeared in publications of the American Law Institute and American Lawyer’s Media and in the Atlantic Law Journal. He has presented at the Tri-State Academy of Legal Studies in Business, Mid-Atlantic Academy of Legal Studies in Business and the North East Academy of Legal Studies in Business.
Lammendola earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in history from Temple University and his juris doctor from the University of Tulsa.
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