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GETTYSBURG'S LEADERSHIP LESSONS FOR LAWYERS (AND NON-LAWYERS TOO!) will appeal to anyone interested in the Civil War, the law, leadership, or self-improvement. Recounting over 150 stories from the epic Battle of Gettysburg, this book provides important lessons of leadership that apply to everyone. Award winning author Jay Jorgensen interprets these vignettes to provide valuable insights into how people can better deal with every day situations in a forceful, positive manner.
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Jay Jorgensen brings an interesting background to the topic of leadership. A two-time Division I Academic All-American Basketball Player in college, he captained his team in his senior year. Graduating with a degree in history from Fairleigh Dickinson University, he moved on to Villanova University School of Law and graduated with a juris doctorate degree. Jay also has a masters degree in military history with an emphasis on Civil War Studies from American Military University.He is a judge in New Jersey. An award winning author, his GETTYSBURG'S BLOODY WHEATFIELD received the Bachelder-Coddington Award as the outstanding new book on Gettysburg in 2002. His book THE WHEATFIELD AT GETTYSBURG: A WALKING TOUR is a popular selection with visitors to Gettysburg. He is also the editor and co-author of TOP TEN at GETTYSBURG. In addition to his legal and literary works, Jay leads tours of American battlefields from the Revolutionary War and the Civil War.Review:
Jorgensen has produced a manual beneficial to any person seeking advancement in a career. --James I. Robertson, Jr. Virginia Tech University, March 15, 2005
A book of timely reminders of leadership qualities. Required reading. All of us can benefit from these nuggets of wisdom. --John E. McCormac, N.J. State Treasurer, April 2, 2005
Jay Jorgensen succinctly outlines leadership points all of us can learn. Easy to read, it is a most handy tutorial. --Frank J. Williams, Chief Justice of Rhode Island Supreme Court, April 10, 2005
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Book Description History Attic Books, Inc., 2005. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110976641704
Book Description History Attic Books, Inc., 2005. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0976641704