The program will address the key issues of engaging students and young lawyers in developing their leadership skills and attributes, including leading teams, managing crises, and innovating change. The program examines how faculty can engage their students in learning how to be lawyer-leaders and thereby assists law faculty in learning how to engage their students in personal and professional development. The program builds on the notion that leadership education has been shown to advance the critical skills, professional values, and competencies of lawyers, as well as their development as influential professional and community leaders.
- Garry W. Jenkins, University of Minnesota Law School
- Douglas A. Blaze, University of Tennessee College of Law
- Hillary A. Sale, Georgetown University Law Center
- Mitchell Zuklie, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP