Teaching leadership

Law school sets the groundwork for a lawyer’s legal career, but I’m beginning to feel that a significant piece of that foundation has been missing. When I was in law school (a lifetime ago), I was taught the traditional curriculum — civil procedure, torts, contracts, trial advocacy, etc. And while those courses taught me substantive law, and how to analyze a case and write and speak persuasively …

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