Leadership is about both ideas and implementation. Thinking and doing depend on distinct skill sets. Integrating them is the challenge.
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The latest argument about the legal academy seems to be whether law schools ought to hire as professors those individuals with established careers in practice instead of intellectuals who boast extraordinary potential for publishing.
As a law school dean, I have thoughts to share about legal practice. That's right, about legal practice.
Law school deans have been portrayed in the least flattering terms over the past few years. Most observers probably do not realize how little power the average dean actually possesses.
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