Change is ubiquitous, and lawyers, as trusted advisors to individuals and organizations, must acknowledge and address change. Moreover, as essential, everyday leaders in their many capacities (professional, community-related, and personal) they often find themselves leading change by design or by chance. Remarkably, however, lawyers have little awareness of or training in change leadership, long a mainstay in business management education and literature. Drawing from both this business academic and practice literature and the emergent literature on lawyer leadership, this article briefly makes a case for the purposeful teaching of change leadership across the law school curriculum.
Heminway, Joan MacLeod,
Change Leadership and the Law School Curriculum,
62 Santa Clara L. Rev.
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