“It is rare to find someone with such deep wisdom and experience in both the ways of man and the ways of God, especially one who can navigate the former while glorifying the latter. Paul is a rock, a gifted advisor for the business matters that truly matter.”
“During my 29 years at Cravath . . . I rarely encountered anyone who could rival Paul’s integrity, commitment to excellence, and dedication to his clients and his firm”
“Paul’s brilliance, competence, judgment, vast knowledge of law and practice and always congenial manner made him an indispensable asset. . . . I am delighted to give Paul my highest possible recommendation”
“His strong work ethic and intelligence produced excellent results and in time pressure situations. . . .His judgment is sound and his integrity is impeccable. . . . I believe Paul to be a top-flight corporate-financial lawyer who merits the trust and confidence of any client”
Paul is most energized and fulfilled professionally when he is serving as a trusted advisor and counselor to business and non-profit leaders, particularly those who share his vision for work with a divine purpose and for the dignity of people. His decades of corporate transactional experience across a wide spectrum of clients and practice areas, as well as several years assisting and guiding various non-profit organizations, give him a seasoned understanding of situations faced by leaders and organizations and a unique “generalist” perspective to opportunities and challenges. His life-long commitment to “integrity” as a core value has become a passion for carrying out the mission of Integrous. Paul’s personal purpose statement is “to serve by redeeming work through the impartation of wisdom to leaders, spotlighting God’s truth and connecting its meaning to organizational cultures and practices.”
Paul was a corporate lawyer in New York and London with Cravath, Swaine & Moore, a large New York City-based law firm, for over 22 years (including 15 years as a partner). Among other honors, Paul was recognized in Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business in 2006 and 2007; Chambers Global: The World’s Leading Lawyers in 2008 and 2009; and New York Super Lawyers in 2007 and 2008. He had a broad-based practice, encompassing:
Paul left Cravath in July 2009, initially helping the New Canaan Society (a non-profit organization aimed at marketplace men and focused on friendship with each other and with Jesus) transition from a regional to a national organization and serving as its Acting President from July 2009 for nearly a year. In recent years, Paul has given his time to:
Paul graduated from Harvard College, magna cum laude, in 1983 and Harvard Law School, magna cum laude, in 1986. He is admitted to practice law in New York and Connecticut.