After graduating with honors from Baylor University with a B.B.A. in accounting and a J.D., Leah Witcher Jackson Teague practiced law for several years before joining the Baylor Law faculty. As one of the longest-serving associate deans for an American law school, she also teaches Leadership Engagement and Development (LEAD). She writes and speaks on tax, nonprofit, and leadership topics. Teague has always been involved in serving her community and her profession.
Rocky Dhir talks with Leah Teague, associate dean at Baylor University Law School, about leadership and the importance of attorneys taking on the role.
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