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Laurie A. Lyte

Attorney At Law

Teaching for the bar exam since 2010.

“Being able to focus on the specific needs and concerns of the individual provides a wonderful opportunity to really meet student needs in a way that makes most sense to them.  I enjoy being able to work with students in a holistic way not just by focusing solely on book learning but by addressing concerns of stress management as well. It is rewarding to help students flourish when they are able to work towards their goals using their own individual strengths.”

Education

J.D., Cum Laude, University of Baltimore School of Law (1992)
M.S., With Distinction, Organizational Development and Executive Coaching, University of Texas at Dallas Jindal School of Management (2012)
B.A., English, Trinity College (1985)

Teaching Experience

Presenter and Faculty Member, National Association of Attorneys General Training and Research Institute
Presenter and Panelist at various law schools and professional organizations on a variety of topics including career development, work-life balance, and happiness for lawyers
Developed and runs a small group coaching program for law clerks addressing such topics as career development, resiliency, time management, and working from a strengths-based approach
Teaching for Shemer Bar Review since 2010

Professional Experience

Director, Professional Development & Planning, Maryland Office of the Attorney General, (1997 – Present)
Assistant Attorney General, Maryland Office of the Attorney General (1999 – Present)
Procurement Analyst, U.S. Army Regional Contracting Office Wuerzburg Germany (1998 – 1999)
Associate, Eccleston & Wolf (1993 – 1996)

Associations

Board Member, National Association of Attorneys General Training and Research Institute Advisory Board
Certified at the graduate level in Executive and Professional Coaching from the University of Texas at Dallas
Professional Development Consortium
International Coaching Federation
Myers Briggs Type Indicator Step I and Step II Certified Practitioner

Awards

Faculty of the Year Award, National Association of Attorneys General Training and Research Institute
Outstanding Service Award, Maryland Attorney General