Leadership Skills and Conducting Legal Research

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Lawyers are often terrible at delegation.  In survey after survey of lawyers by THE LEEEGH, they openly admit it.  Either they don’t delegate anything to anyone else, because they don’t trust their work will equal the quality of their own work, or the delegate a project to someone without giving them the guidance or training or direction necessary for that person to accomplish the job successfully.  Lawyers often fail to have others help do their legal research because they simply cannot manage others or supervise or mentor others.  Leadership training can help lawyers successfully delegate key tasks and create teams so clients can benefit from multiple people working on their matter rather than the lone wolf that many lawyers lacking sufficient leadership skills have become.

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