Corpus ID: 141798594

Interpersonal Dynamics: Helping Lawyers Learn the Skills, and the Importance, of Human Relationships in the Practice of Law

  title={Interpersonal Dynamics: Helping Lawyers Learn the Skills, and the Importance, of Human Relationships in the Practice of Law},
  author={Joshua Rosenberg},
  journal={University of Miami law review},
  • J. Rosenberg
  • Published 21 November 2005
  • Sociology
  • University of Miami law review
This article explains the relationship skills that attorneys need. Since attorneys often work in the midst of intense conflict and stress, they may need these skills more than other people do, but the skills themselves are not unique to attorneys. Basically, to function most effectively, people need to be able to listen to others, to be able to solicit, to receive and to give effective feedback, and to assert themselves directly. They need to know that people are not purely rational beings, but… Expand
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