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Supervisory and Leadership Skills in the Modern Law Practice

Submitted by John Marshall on Mon,19/10/2015
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Zwier, Paul J.
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Published
Year
2006
Country
United States
Abstract
This book details the specific skills and competencies that the author believes young lawyers must be taught in order to develop into the best possible advocates for their clients as well as skilled leaders of law firms. In particular, the author explains the skills that are necessary to supervise and mentor young lawyers and the steps senior lawyers must take to develop junior lawyers into mentors and leaders.
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