Carol Perrin is an entrepreneur involved in independent projects, with focuses on
various industries including entertainment, real estate and farming. She is keenly interested in social and political issues, particularly education, civil liberties, and those affecting women and girls.
Before retiring from the practice of law in 2009, Perrin was a principal shareholder and attorney at law with Greenberg Traurig LLP. She opened Greenberg Traurig’s Los Angeles office as its initial managing partner and focused on national and international business and tax matters and the representation of high net worth individuals.
Earlier in her career, Perrin was the first female partner at Ball, Hunt, Hart, Brown and Baerwitz, whose members included Governor Pat Brown and Joseph Ball, a member of the Warren Commission.