The Practice September/October 2021
Does traditional legal education and training in law school and through common career paths prepare lawyers well for the rigors of lawyering in crisis situations?
Beyond the Comfort Zone
While lawyers are often well prepared to support clients experiencing crises, they tend to be far less well equipped to deal with situations where the ways in which they or their firms or organizations function are directly impacted by that crisis. How can the profession adapt?
According to an academic and professional crisis communicators, crisis communications requires empathy, trust, and planning.
Educating Crisis Lawyers
How are law school clinics, interdisciplinary simulations, and leadership training preparing students and professionals to tackle crisis situations?
In the News: Highlighting key stories about the profession you may have missed.
Crisis Management at Law Firms
In Brief: In the last two decades, crisis management has emerged as a distinct practice area for many major law firms.
In the Situation Room
A conversation with Jeh Johnson.