Law, Economics, and Public Policy: A Small Business Field Guide

Event Details Summary

December 3rd Click here or use the form below to get tickets for this event through Eventbrite!

  • Topic: Law, Economics, and Public Policy: A Small Business Field Guide,
  • Speakers: Noel Bagwell, David Cooper (tentatively),
  • Standard Ticket: $99.99 / VIP Ticket: $149.99,
  • Location: Maggiano’s Little Italy.

Event Information

Keynote Speaker: Noel Bagwell

Noel Bagwell serves as President and Chief Legal Counsel at Executive Legal Professionals, PLLC. Since founding Executive Legal Professionals, Noel has worked diligently to make a name for himself as a proficient speaker and educator on topics relating to business law, including contracts, choosing the right business organization for a start-up, franchising, and other business-related legal issues. Noel is the National Center for Preventive Law Aspect of Practice Leader for Start-ups and Small Businesses. While attending Cumberland School of Law at Samford University, Noel distinguished himself as the Economic Analysis of Law Scholar of Merit. Since law school, his passion for the economics of law has driven him to be an outspoken supporter of business-friendly public policy and to pursue efforts to improve access to business-related legal education for entrepreneurs, executives, and other business decision-makers.

Noel regularly speaks, pro bono, about Start-up Law issues to retiring soldiers who attend the Small Business Administration’s Boots to Business workshop at Ft. Campbell, KY. Noel is heavily involved with the Nashville Preventive Law Luncheon event series presented by Executive Legal Professionals. Noel has also been a guest lecturer at Cumberland School of Law at Samford University, and is a dynamic, engaging public speaker with an infectious passion for business, law, and economics.

Topic: “Law, Economics, and Public Policy: A Small Business Field Guide”

Executive Legal Professionals, PLLC welcomes new and returning attendees to its Nashville Preventive Law Luncheon series with a brand-new topic: “Law, Economics, and Public Policy: A Small Business Field Guide.”


In this entertaining, informative talk, Noel Bagwell will share insights on the intersection between law, economics, and public policy. Noel distinguished himself at Cumberland School of Law at Samford University as the Economic Analysis of Law Scholar of Merit. This topic is not only one that Noel is passionate about, but one which is of great importance, yet is often ignored–even in the legal community. Understanding how public policy, based on sound legal and economic principles, affects your business is important, because laws and regulations affect every aspect of your business and how it operates. Noel speaks from both the heart and a deep understanding about these issues. This is not a talk you will want to miss. We’ve saved the best for the last Nashville Preventive Law Luncheon series event of the year!

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Noel is an exciting, dynamic speaker who professionally presents his topics, but maintains a witty edge that keeps his audiences engaged and entertained. You will not want to miss this talk! Get your ticket, today!

Executive Legal Professionals Christmas Party

Following the last “Law, Economics, and Public Policy: A Small Business Field Guide” presentation, attendees holding VIP Tickets will be invited to join the staff and guests of Executive Legal Professionals, PLLC for the firm’s Christmas party.


Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
No, but we reserve the right to ask you to show your ID to ensure ticket purchasers are admitted and those who do not purchase tickets are excluded from the event.

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
You may arrive however you like. On-site parking is available.

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please use the contact form on our website at

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Yes, but please let us know if the person attending will be different from the person whose information you provide when you purchase the ticket.

Can I update my registration information?
We think so. Your mileage may vary, based on website user ability and the compliance of related technologies with said user’s efforts. We wish you the very best of luck.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
It’s a great idea! …but buying the ticket is more important than bringing it with you. We’ll even let you buy a ticket at the door, if we have any available.

What is the refund policy?
No refunds; no exceptions.

The name on the registration/ticket doesn’t match the attendee. Is that okay?
Yes, but please see “Is my ticket transferrable,” above.

Must I stay the entire time, or can I leave early?
You may arrive or leave whenever you like, but, if you are an attorney, you can only get CLE credit (honor system) for the portion of the CLE presentation you actually attend. We’re not tattletales, but we expect you to be honest.