Abstract

This article explores the range of learning, teaching and managerial issues that lawyers encounter in supervisory relationships. While it appears that many think supervision is an essential skill, it is also regarded as something that is unteachable. The article, however, proposes a series of steps in aid of professional development that promote learning and satisfaction through effective supervisory relationships.

Notes

Originally published in Vermont Law Review, Vol. 13, No. 2, pp. 399-444, Winter 1989.

Keywords

supervisory relationships, professional development

Subject Categories

Lawyers, Supervision

Disciplines

Law

Publisher

Vermont Law School

Publication Date

Winter 1989

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