Carla Muñoz Slaughter received law degrees from Harvard and Cambridge before spending several years in practice as a corporate lawyer. She then lectured in law at City University, the University of London, and as adjunct professor at the University of Notre Dame in London. After her own children left home, she realised the dogs were not going to be able to do Kumon maths, and so she also volunteered as a school governor and with other educational charities.
Her hobbies and interests include explaining things, feeding people, history, and cross-country skiing. She loves dogs and ice cream, although not at the same time.
Tuppence in the Bank
Tuppence in the Bank is an absorbing and informative read with the ability to capture the attention of all readers, whether they are already well-versed in investing and its origins, or possess little to no direct subject knowledge, and can lead them to become well-informed.It provides important an...