Source: Naturally Moi
A new book from the American Bar Association shows how attorneys can use their legal skills to lead social change movements, contribute to communities that foster social justice and empower and develop new leaders.
“The Lawyer as Leader: How to Plant People and Grow Justice” is an inspiring roadmap designed to help lawyers become transformational leaders and effective agents for social change. Written by experienced educator and community advocate Artika R.Tyner, the book shows how individuals can make a difference. The book is based on her leadership development and community engagement work that fosters individual growth through an organic process from the ground up.
“The Lawyer as Leader” will be useful for young lawyers as well as more seasoned ones who wish to harness their skills and training to become leaders in the struggle for social, racial and economic justice.
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