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Lawyers and Leadership

Submitted by Tiffany Roberts on Wed,19/08/2015
Long title
Lawyers and Leadership, The Professional Lawyer, American Bar Association Standing Committee on Professionalism
Author(s)
Deborah Rhode
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Publication
The Professional Lawyer, American Bar Association Standing Committee on Professionalism
Year
2010
Page number
1
Abstract
Most lawyers come to the subject of leadership with well-founded skepticism. On first glance, the field seems a backwater
of vacuous rhetoric and slick marketing. Retired CEOs peddle complacent memoirs, and consultants churn out endless variations of “management by fad.” “Leadership lite” includes classics such as If Aristotle Ran General Motors, and Leadership Secrets from sources as varied as Attila the Hun, The Toys You Loved as a Child, and Star Trek. Why should lawyers squander time on that?
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Published
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