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73 Baylor L. Rev. 1 (2021)

handle is hein.journals/baylr73 and id is 1 raw text is: MAKING PROGRESS IN LEGAL EDUCATION: LEADERSHIP
DEVELOPMENT TRAINING IN LAW SCHOOLS
Leah Teague*
Introduction..........................................................................................2
I.      2020 Vision for Leadership Conference at Baylor Law ............3
II.     Movement to Increase Lawyer-Leadership Scholarship,
Courses, and Programs...............................................................5
A. Annual Leadership Conferences and Law Review
Symposia.............................................................................6
B. Creation of AALS Section for Leadership ..........................7
C. Tribute to Deborah Rhode...................................................8
III. Update on the Leadership Development Movement ...............10
A. Goals and Objectives of Leadership Development
Programs............................................................................12
B. Defining Leadership for Lawyers .....................................14
C. Justification for Leadership Development in Law
School................................................................................17
1. Leadership is Expected of Lawyers .............................18
2. Law Students Have What It Takes for Leadership ......21
3. Applicants Expect to Become Leaders ........................23
4. Legal Employers Value Leadership Skills...................24
* Associate Dean and Professor of Law, Baylor Law School. Special thanks to Stephen
Rispoli, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs and Pro Bono Programs, who is my co-creator for all
leadership programming at Baylor Law School, including the Baylor Law 2020: Vision for
Leadership Conference. Additional thanks to our dedicated colleagues for their assistance in
hosting: Pat Wilson, Professor of Law, Elizabeth Fraley, Associate Professor of Law, Rick Sowell,
Director of Information Technology, Ed Nelson, Director of Marketing, Rick Lovecky, Senior
Systems Analyst/Programmer, Nathaniel Jones, Senior Information Technology Associate, and
Nick Teixera, Creative Services Manager. Our appreciation to the Baylor Law Review staff for their
support and work to create this special issue with special thanks to Andrew Swallows, Managing
Senior Executive Editor.

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