Unlearning How to Think Like a Lawyer
Professor Jeffrey Lipshaw , of Suffolk University Boston, Suffolk Law School, presented Unlearning How to Think Like a Lawyer. The talk was based on his book exploring how traditional thinking like a lawyer can be problematic in non-litigation contexts.
From Suffolk University Boston, Suffolk Law School, “Jeffrey Lipshaw teaches contracts and courses in the business curriculum. Before becoming a full-time academic in 2007, Professor Lipshaw spent twenty-six years as a lawyer and business executive, most recently serving as Senior Vice-President, General Counsel, and Secretary for Great Lakes Chemical Corporation. He began his career with the law firm of Dykema Gossett in Detroit, where he was a partner in the litigation and corporate groups, and served as the Vice President & General Counsel of AlliedSignal Automotive, a large auto parts manufacturer. Before coming to Suffolk, he was a visiting professor at the Wake Forest and Tulane law schools. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan and the Stanford Law School.”
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Lipshaw, Jeffrey, "Unlearning How to Think Like a Lawyer" (2019). Faculty Workshops.
“Archived Faculty Profile”