Reflections on Shared Law School Leadership
Since November 2013, Case Western Reserve University School of Law has had co-Interim Deans. In this article, Jessica Berg and Michael Scharf provide a first-hand account of how they managed a co-dean model at a unique moment in the life of their law school. The article draws on studies about co-CEOs, describes Berg's and Scharf's approach and experiences, and offers lessons for those considering a dual leadership structure at other law schools and institutions.
Law School Deans, Co-Deans, Co-CEOs, Law School Admissions, Law School Fundraising, Joint Decision-making, Case Western Reserve University School of Law, dual leadership, shared leadership
Place of Original Publication
University of Toledo Law Review
46 University of Toledo Law Review 299 (2015)
Berg, Jessica Wilen and Scharf, Michael P., "Reflections on Shared Law School Leadership" (2015). Faculty Publications. 1668.
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