PROGRAM DATES September 27-October 2, 2015
Our program for senior law firm leaders (managing partners/chairmen, department, practice or business unit leaders, chief officers) is a six-day, intensive study of a cross-section of professional service firms to help participants develop the perspectives and skills necessary to be effective law firm leaders.READ MORE
Law firms will benefit in multiple ways by unlocking the power of gender diversity, and equity partnerships of AmLaw 100 firms have to increase their numbers of women beyond the 15-18 percent range, says Scott Westfahl, executive director of HLS Executive Education and professor of practice at Harvard Law School. Read more from Westfahl in this edition of Women’s Lawyers Journal. (Download the PDF of journal on website; article appears on page 26.)READ MORE
CDI is a world leader in bringing real life situations to classroom settings for the rigorous, research-based discussion and debate that forms the core of our Executive Education programs. Our team of expert interviewers and case writers uses interviews, data and research to develop written and video summaries of leadership, strategic and organizational issues facing lawyers and legal organizations.LEARN MORE
Bridging academic research and practical advice, our research partner, the Center on the Legal Profession, is proud to announce the launch of The Practice, a new digital magazine offering legal professionals, practitioners and thought-leaders insightful, groundbreaking legal analysis and perspective.
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Managing Partner, Shearman & Sterling LLP, Abu Dhabi, UAE
"The Executive Education program is really set up in a way that encourages class participation. You’re not taught 'here are the rules and here's what you have to do'...You're not necessarily given a particular answer but a methodology and ways to think."
Leadership in Law Firms participant, September 2014
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