Mr. Leonard Mitchell has more than 40 years of comprehensive, multi-level experience as a Counselor at Law and Consultant to Executive Level Management. Presently, he serves as Professor of the Practice of Economic Development at the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy, where he is also the Executive Director of the USC Center for Economic Development. His areas of academic interest and teaching are Real Estate Development Finance and Law, Regional and Local Economic Development, Economic Development Finance and Law, International Trade Finance and Law. Mr. Mitchell earned a Master of Arts in Educational Administration from Goddard College; a Master of Business Administration in Finance and Investments from The George Washington University; and a Juris Doctorate degree in Law from the Antioch School of Law, Antioch University. Continue for full biography.