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Richard Mandel

Associate Professor, Law

 

Professor Mandel has been a member of the Babson faculty since 1985. He has taught in the undergraduate, graduate and executive education programs delivering a variety of courses. In addition to Honors Foundation of Business Law, Professor Mandel has taught Commercial Law, Federal Taxation, American Constitutional Law, and Strategic Business and Tax Planning. He has also taught meteorology in Babson's Math/Science division and co-taught investment banking in the finance division. He has served as Associate Dean of Babson's Undergraduate School, Acting Dean of the Undergraduate School and as chair of Babson's finance division. 

In addition to his teaching responsibilities, Professor Mandel is of counsel to the law firm of Bowditch and Dewey, specializing in the corporate, tax and securities issues facing small, growing companies. His research and writing parallels his law practice, concentrating in entrepreneurial law. He has written numerous articles and book chapters and is a contributing author to the Portable MBA series published by John Wiley and Sons, Inc.

Professor Mandel is a member of the bar of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the United States Supreme Court. In addition to practicing law for over 35 years, he has previously taught at a variety of colleges including Clark University.

Richard Mandel

Education

A.B., Cornell University (with distinction)
J.D., Harvard Law School (cum laude)

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Contact

781-239-4325
mandel@babson.edu