TBA Law Blog


Posted by: Brittany Sims on Dec 2, 2013

Knox County Circuit Court Judge Deborah Stevens writes about the benefits of leadership training within the legal community in an opinion piece for Knoxnews. The former president and managing shareholder at Lewis, King, Krieg & Waldrop, Stevens praised law schools and legal organizations, including the Tennessee Bar Association, for expending time and money to develop leadership curriculums for lawyers. “As a profession, we must constantly find ways to re-energize our efforts to promote justice and public good.” she wrote. “With an increased focus on leadership skills for lawyers, I am confident that our community will see the benefit in our economy, government and in public service."