Tip Tuesday: Lawyers as Leaders

Law Technology Today Tip Tuesday is here! Your one stop shop every Tuesday for quick video tips provided by law professionals, such as yourself, and members of the American Bar Association’s Law Practice Division.

This Week’s Tip

“Lawyers as Leaders” with John Mitchell

What makes a lawyer a leader? Are you a leader because of your title or are you a leader because of who you are and what you do? John Mitchell gives key points to help every lawyer become a successful leader.

About John

John Mitchell is a lawyer and a leader. He is committed to helping lawyers discover their leadership potential so they continuously develop themselves and their organizations in pursuit of changing the world. John specializes in working with lawyers in formal roles like general counsel and managing partner and those in informal leadership roles. He also supports in-house lawyers transitioning to business roles, junior associates, new partners, major rainmakers, senior lawyers considering their “second season” in life and has extensive experience assisting women and attorneys of color successfully apply their talents in news roles and environments. John is Chair-Elect of the American Bar Association’s Law Practice Division.

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