New York, NY - Attorney and author Lauren P. Raysor, Esq. will be scheduled for a guest appearance at the Harlem based Hue-Man Bookstore & Cafe on July 13 at 6 p.m. to sign copies of her book, "Living the Wealthy Life." The bookstore is located at 2319 Frederick Douglass Blvd.
The notable owner of The Brownstone, Princess Jenkins, will be presenting Ms. Raysor at the book signing as Ms. Raysor presents "How to be an Entrepreneur: Starting and Maintaining Your Own Business." This presentation is your secret to success revealed on a silver platter!
As an attorney, author, and motivational speaker, Ms. Raysor had served as Assistant Attorney General in charge of The Bronx and Upper Manhattan under then-New York State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer and as Assistant District Attorney in Manhattan. She has written "Living the Wealthy Life" to provide a guide and principles on how people can achieve success while being ethical, having common sense, and living a life that is meaningful, rewarding and helpful to others.
Her blunt approach and personal examples in her book provide a form of leadership that is much needed in today's world where a moral compass seems to be lacking for today's younger generation.
For more information, visit www.livingthewealthylife.com or go to www.blogtalkradio.com/livingthewealthylife. Ms. Raysor can be followed on www.facebook.com/laurenraysor and www.twitter.com/LaurenRayor. For more information on the Hue-Man Bookstore visit huemanbookstore.com.
About Lauren P. Raysor
Lauren P. Raysor is an attorney concentrating in personal injury, civil rights, matrimonial and family law, and corporate, business and municipal legal services. A 1988 graduate of Fordham Law School, Ms. Raysor has worked on behalf of the people, both in her own practice and as an attorney for the City of New York and the State Attorney General's Office. In 1993, Ms. Raysor joined the New York City Law Department as Deputy Chief and Senior Trial Counsel, handling negligence cases in the city. From 1999 to 2001, she served as Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Bronx and Upper Manhattan, investigating and litigating consumer fraud cases. In 2002, Ms. Raysor served as President of the Metropolitan Black Bar Association, where she testified before the City Council on civil rights issues. She has handled high-profile cases, including representing the shooting victim in the case against rap and hip-hop artist Remy Ma.