Sharon Abrahams

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Dr. Sharon Meit Abrahams is a legal talent expert helping lawyers improve their performance, productivity and profitability through skill assessments, coaching and interactive workshops. For over 25 years Dr. Abrahams has designed, implemented and managed every aspect of the services that firms offer to support and develop their legal talent. From an attorney’s first day to their last at a firm, Dr. Abrahams has a service that will enhance their engagement and success.

Dr. Abrahams has authored 3 books published by the American Bar Association and 60+ articles related to professional and business development. Dr. Abrahams’ years of experience includes client relationship building, business development techniques, communication skills and management/leadership development training. She has conducted over 170 seminars on a variety of topics for the ABA, ALA, NALP, local bar associations, Harvard, Yale, Cornell, Northwestern, University of Virginia, University of Chicago and Duke Law Schools among others.

She was appointed to the Professional Development Committee of the Law Practice Division of the ABA and served as the chair of the Professional Development Advisory Committee of the Association of Legal Administrators. She is on the editorial boards of Practice Innovations, a Thomson Reuters publication and Marketing the Law Firm, an American Legal Media publication.

Because of her love of teaching, Dr. Abrahams was faculty for 10 years at the Center for Management Development at Florida International University, teaching training and human resources courses. She also served as an adjunct professor in the doctoral program titled "Organizational Leadership" at Nova Southeastern University.

Dr. Abrahams has a Bachelor of Business Administration and a Master’s of Science in Education from the University of Miami and her doctorate from Nova Southeastern University.

She gives back to the community by conducting workshops gratis for 501(c)(3) organizations.


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