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October 8, 2018

New York Law Journal

Jayme Goldstein, a partner in Stroock’s Financial Restructuring Group, was profiled as one of New York Law Journal’s 2018 Distinguished Leaders. The award recognizes 20 attorneys nationwide who’ve achieved exceptional results through their leadership efforts at their respective firms.

New York Law Journal recently featured Jayme for the journal’s Professional Excellence special issue, where he discussed what he believes it means to be a leader as well as how he thinks lawyers should adapt for the future.

“Strong leaders put their team first, and they lead by example through hard work rather than just demanding it from others. They make those around them more confident through communication and positivity, and they remain calm under the most pressure-filled situations. The best leaders that I have encountered are also inquisitive, interested, relatable and empathetic, yet willing to provide necessary criticism and make difficult decisions without emotion.”

Click here to read Jayme’s interview in the New York Law Journal (subscription required).

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