The Importance Of 21st Century Skills
Law schools, law firms, corporate legal departments, government and nonprofit legal service providers are all moving forward with new and innovative educational and training programs. Why? Legal knowledge and traditional skills are not enough. To gain a competitive advantage, legal organizations will train their lawyers on the skills necessary to compete in the 21st Century. Those skills include entrepreneurship, innovative and creative thinking, leadership, collaboration and team building skills. The challenge: think like a lawyer, an entrepreneur, a leader and a customer service expert.
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In the 21st century, success comes by following your Mom’s old adage: ‘Use your brain’-meaning your whole brain. One needs to succeed by thinking with the left and the right side of one’s brain, with intellectual quotient (IQ) and creative quotient (CQ), with detailed...read more
In the recent years, law schools have been looking at ways to improve education for their students in areas beyond legal analysis. Law Professor Anthony Luppino of University of Missouri researched and wrote an excellent report to the Kauffman Foundation outlining the...read more
Innovation—what is it and who creates it? Innovators take a new and creative idea, execute it and put it into production, practice, mold it into a product, perhaps turn it into art, education, or a business or, for that matter…take it home. (For many, duct tape is...read more