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What Lawyers Lack: Leadership

Submitted by John Marshall on Wed, 10/21/2015 - 12:19
Author(s)
Rhode, Deborah L.
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Publication
University of St. Thomas Law Journal
Volume number
9
Issue number
2
Year
2011
First page number
471
Last page number
496
Country
United States
Abstract
Lawyers make up a significant proportion of our national, state, local, and corporate leadership. Yet law schools have traditionally not addressed the roles, opportunities, privileges, and duties associated with leading. Deborah Rhode explains that law schools are missing -- but suggests they can no longer afford to miss -- an important and privileged opportunity to assist future and potential leaders in developing the skills that promote effective leadership.
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Published
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