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Educational law and law-based reform have had a profound influence on the work and professional life of school headteachers. Comparing law-based reform in the USA and the UK, this book presents detailed reflections from headteachers in England who consider what law-based reform has done: providing opportunities for leadership and entrepreneurship, creating divisions between strong and weak schools, and affecting local politics vis-a-vis education.;The book offers lawmakers and policymakers some pathways for strengthening the role of leadership in English law-based reform and harnessing headteachers to advance policy and change.;Dan Gibton is a lecturer on Educational Administration and Law at the Jaime and Joan Constantiner School of Education and Adjunct Lecturer at the Buchaman Faculty of Law, Tel-Aviv University in Israel.