Topic: What They Don’t Teach You
in College: A Graduate’s Guide to Life
on Your Own
crucial guidebook for new college
graduates to help them navigate the
every-day details of post-college life.
The book is packed with practical
“how-to” advice that a sympathetic
lawyer, accountant, or professional
would give to answer post-college life’s
most frequently asked questions.
Guest: James Kramon, Esq.
James M. Kramon, Esq. holds a law degree from George Washington
University, and an LLM from Harvard University. He served as
Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Maryland,
and is now a managing partner at the firm of Kramon & Graham in
Mr. Kramon has held various positions in bar associations and
public-service organizations, and has taught courses at several
law schools. He has been listed in Who’s Who in American Law and
The Best Lawyers in America.
Over the past thirty-five years, his clients have included
billionaires and the underprivileged, international corporations
and mom-and-pop businesses. He has provided legal advice on all
the subjects addressed in the book to countless numbers of
college grads. He wrote What They Don’t Teach in College at the
time his own son was finishing college and his daughter was
graduating high school. He lives in Baltimore, MD with his wife,