|Description||Co-sponsored by the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Section on Leadership and the Baylor Law Review.
What does the future of the legal profession look like? How can leadership make a positive difference for the rule of law and the individual lawyers who operate our system of justice? What can legal education institutions learn from other disciplines about teaching leadership? Featuring distinguished speakers, enlightening sessions, a panel discussion of law school deans, plus a group of renowned special guests, the 2020 Vision for Leadership Conference at Baylor Law will address these important questions and many more.
Thursday, March 26 and Friday, March 27
Students may earn a maximum of two (2) hours of professional development credit by attending (in person) two hours of the Vision for Leadership Conference on March 26 and 27. Students are welcome to attend the entire conference if it does not conflict with their class schedule, but must only attend two hours of the program to earn two hours of PDP credit. If you choose to attend part of the program, please be respectful to our speakers and arrive/depart only during breaks. To receive credit, students must submit the following to the Professional Development Committee: Name, date, and length of presentation; name, title, and employer of speaker; and a brief (one – two paragraphs for each hour) description of the presentation and what the student learned from the presentation. Submit your report to Lauren_Porter@baylor.edu and she will forward to the Committee.
Qualifies for up to two hours of professional development credit
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