Atticus Finch: inteligencia emocional y liderazgo, como herramientas de gestión, en el ejercicio de la abogacía. (Análisis de la película “Matar a un ruiseñor”)

Throughout this article we intend to demonstrate the importance of emotional intelligence, as a management tool, in the practice of law, and that the specific characteristics of forensic activity, cannot be separated from other essential aspect of professional performance of lawyers: the leadership....

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Main Author: Remeseiro Fernández, Manuel Óscar
Format: Article
Language:Spanish
Published: 2019
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Online Access:https://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/oaiart?codigo=7179277
Source:Estudios de Deusto: revista de la Universidad de Deusto, ISSN 0423-4847, Vol. 67, Nº. 2, 2019, pags. 321-351
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Summary: Throughout this article we intend to demonstrate the importance of emotional intelligence, as a management tool, in the practice of law, and that the specific characteristics of forensic activity, cannot be separated from other essential aspect of professional performance of lawyers: the leadership. The ideal jurist should have a good dose of both attributes: the first; to understand the functioning of emotions and human relationships, and its implications in the cases in which they are involved; the second; to suggest, convincingly, the most relevant procedural strategies in each case. The character of Atticus Finch (Gregory Peck), protagonist of the film «To kill a Mockingbird» (1962), is, as we understand, a paradigmatic example regarding to this, so therefore, a proper case for our paper.Received: 12.11.2019Accepted: 16.12.2019Published online: 31.12.2019