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List of JD-MBAs

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This is an incomplete list of notable JD/MBA joint honours graduates by university.


United States[edit]

Columbia University[edit]

  • David Mark Berger, JD-MBA 1969, American-born Israeli weightlifter for the Israeli Olympic team in 1972; murdered by Arab terrorists at the Munich Olympic Games
  • Mallory Factor, JD-MBA businessman, merchant banker, and political activist
  • Li Lu, JD-MBA 1996, a leader of the Chinese student dissidents who took part in the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989; investment banker, fund manager, and investor
  • Walter Herbert Rice, JD-MBA 1962, Chief Judge (1996–2003), Judge (1980–), United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio; senior status (since 2004)

Cornell University[edit]

  • William F. Lee, JD-MBA 1976, Co-Managing Partner of the international law firm of WilmerHale

Duke University[edit]

  • Jessica Faye Carter, JD-MBA 2002, author, columnist, social media entrepreneur
  • W. Bruce Johnson, JD-MBA 1977, Interim Chief Executive Officer and President, Sears Holdings Corporation
  • Quin Snyder, JD-MBA 1995, Head Coach of the Utah Jazz

Emory University[edit]

  • Mitchell H. Caplan, JD-MBA 1984, a former CEO of E-Trade Financial Corporation

Georgetown University[edit]

  • Laurence Tosi, JD-MBA 1994, CFO of Airbnb

Harvard University[edit]

  • Louis Caldera, JD-MBA 1987, served as United States Secretary of the Army
  • Joy Covey, JD-MBA 1989, former CFO of Amazon
  • Charles Christopher Cox, JD-MBA 1977, Chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
  • Charles E. Haldeman, JD-MBA 1974, CEO of Freddie Mac
  • Allan Hubbard, JD-MBA 1975, Assistant to President George W. Bush for Economic Policy and Director of the National Economic Council
  • Jim Koch, JD-MBA 1978, founder and Chairman of Boston Beer Company
  • Adebayo Ogunlesi, JD-MBA 1979, Chairman and Managing Partner of Global Infrastructure Partners
  • Mitt Romney, JD-MBA 1975, former CEO of Bain & Company; Governor of Massachusetts (2003-2007); 2008 and 2012 presidential candidate
  • Bruce Wasserstein, JD-MBA 1971, CEO of Lazard, a New York-based investment bank
  • Ted Wells, JD-MBA 1976, prominent criminal attorney, notable for National Football League investigations
  • Zeeshan Zaidi, JD-MBA 2000, lead singer and guitarist for The Commuters, President and co-founder of Host Committee

New York University[edit]

  • Jared Kushner, JD-MBA 2007, principal of Kushner Companies, and chairman and publisher of Observer Media Group, the parent company of The New York Observer

Northwestern University[edit]

  • Divya Narendra, JD-MBA 2012, co-founder of ConnectU (predecessor to Facebook); co-founder and CEO of SumZero

Stanford University[edit]

  • Riley P. Bechtel, JD-MBA 1977, Chairman and CEO of the Bechtel Corporation
  • Kate Paye, JD-MBA 2003, former collegiate and professional basketball player
  • Penny Sue Pritzker, JD-MBA 1984, current U.S. Secretary of Commerce; businesswoman; founder, Chairman, and CEO of Classic Residence by Hyatt
  • Srikanth Srinivasan, JD-MBA 1995, United States Circuit Judge and former Principal Deputy Solicitor General of the United States

University of California, Los Angeles[edit]

  • Kelly Perdew, JD-MBA 1995, winner of the second season of The Apprentice
  • Martine Rothblatt, JD-MBA 1981, CEO of United Therapeutics; in 2007 was the second-most highly compensated executive in the District of Columbia[1]

University of Kentucky[edit]

  • Trey Grayson, JD-MBA 1998, Secretary of State for the State of Kentucky

University of Michigan[edit]

  • Rick Snyder, JD-MBA 1981, CPA, Chairman of Gateway Inc., 2005–07, venture capitalist, 48th Governor of Michigan, 2010
  • Bert Sugar, JD-MBA 1961, a former publisher-editor of Ring Magazine

University of Pennsylvania[edit]

  • Paul G. Haaga, Jr., JD-MBA 1974, former Chairman of Capital Group and Chairman of NPR
  • Sam Hamadeh, JD-MBA 1997, founder of Vault.com

University of Texas[edit]

  • Red McCombs

Washington University[edit]

  • Raymond W. Gruender, JD-MBA 1987, current judge, United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit; former United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Missouri

Yale University[edit]

  • Michael R. Eisenson, JD-MBA 1981, co-founder and CEO of Charlesbank Capital Partners, a private equity firm

Other (degrees earned from different universities)[edit]

  • John Edward Anderson, JD 1950 (Loyola Law School) and MBA 1947 (Harvard Business School), CPA, President and Sole Shareholder of Topa Equities, Ltd.; ranked #189 on the Forbes' 2006 list of the 400 richest Americans, with a net worth of $1.9 billion[2]
  • Lloyd Levitin, JD 1961 (University of San Francisco) and MBA 1956 (University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School), former chief financial officer of Pacific Enterprises (now Sempra Energy)
  • Rick Santorum, MBA 1981 University of Pittsburgh, JD 1986 Dickinson School of Law, former US Senator from Pennsylvania
  • Mark Weinberger, MBA/JD from Case Western University '87, chairman and CEO of Ernst & Young (EY)

Notes and references[edit]

  1. Heath, Thomas (2008-07-28). "Who Got What in a Slowing Economy". The Washington Post. The Washington Post Company. p. 2. Retrieved 2008-07-29.
  2. "The 400 Richest Americans #189 John Edward Anderson". Forbes. 2006-09-21. Retrieved 2007-03-19.

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