Carol Rolf

Carol Rolf



Ms. Rolf has been licensed to practice law in New Hampshire and Massachusetts since the 1980s and has worked with many business entities during her years of private practice, setting up corporations, LLCs, and partnerships. She also provided general counsel on legal issues pertaining to business operations, including organizing annual and special meetings, filing for bankruptcy protection, and working with companies to resolve tax issues with the Internal Revenue Service.

She also worked in other areas of law, including taxation, probate, and municipal law. Ms. Rolf has published several articles in reference texts and in regional and national conference proceedings on subjects such as the efficacy of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, the insanity defense, and criminal competency. Ms. Rolf began teaching college level law-related courses part time in 1986 while continuing in a general practice of law.

She has taught courses on subjects such as business law, criminal law, civil law, employment law, environmental law, ethics, business entrepreneurship, e-commerce, and forensic psychology. She has served as a coordinator for college programs concerning paralegal studies and criminal justice. In addition to her research and writing, she has applied her legal background to develop and teach classes on homeland security. She is currently an Adjunct Professor of Business, Technology and Law at New England College Online.


Carol Rolf received her JD degree from Suffolk University in 1984. In addition to her law degree, Ms. Rolf has also earned a Master of Business Administration and a Master in Education.


She is semi-retired in upstate South Carolina.