Self-described “Humorist at Law” Sean Carter has an uncanny ability to make light of life’s tribulations, whether it is his fear of having suffered a heart attack while driving to a speaking engagement or his chagrin at being old enough to be called “Mr. Carter” by law students.

No matter the subject, Carter puts his self-deprecating wit to work, then adds the lawyerly spin that comes from the decade he spent practicing corporate law after earning his law degree from Harvard in 1992.

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