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Monday, September 25, 2017

Some Thoughts on "Soft Skills" in Legal Education

In addition to guesting at Prawfs this month, I'm also doing something new-- I've been invited to provide commentary to another terrific blog Best Practices in Legal Education.  Their model is to post essays by regular contributors and comments from guest commentators.

So here's a multi-layered set of links--my comments on John Lande's essay on Randall Kiser's book,Let’s Not Make a Deal: An Empirical Examination of Decision Making in Unsuccessful Negotiations.  

The regular contributors work hard to provide useful links and promote a discussion of best practices.    

 

In terms of soft skills, they're the difference between succeeding and failing as a lawyer.  

Posted by Jennifer Bard on September 25, 2017 at 05:52 PM | Permalink

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