Lawyers Can Innovate with Design Thinking

In a legal setting, Design Thinking can be used by the lawyer to match his or her client’s needs to what is legally and practically achievable in order to create a successful business or problem-solving...

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The Right Brain Revolution: Are 21st Century Lawyers Equipped to Succeed?

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…

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Anyone Can Learn to Be Creative

Too often in our culture people who make great, creative contributions are portrayed as having simply been born with special talents, says Stanford Professor Carol Dweck. But the

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“The Leading Lawyer, a Guide to Practicing Law and Leadership”  – Robert Cullen


Who Are the Master Innovators? Game Changers.

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…

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A Desire to Improve: the First Step to Innovation

How does one become an innovator? The first step is a deep desire, a drive, a passion to improve!! Innovators want to improve themselves, people, processes and products. Master Innovators are all all dedicated…

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The Leadership Skills of The 21st Century

Changing Times Require Law Schools to Lead with Educational Innovations. The World is Flat according to Tom Friedman and global competition requires everyone to become better, faster and cheaper.  Customers are more demanding and

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Lawyers Must Pivot Toward Innovation and Entrepreneurship

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…

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