Is it true all lawyers look alike? What does legacy mean to a lawyer? We each have to find our own answers.
Given recent economic and political developments, globalization trends, and a myriad of complexities related to international business, the need for lawyers with a strong understanding of these nuances has incessantly grown. Therefore, selecting a suitable lawyer requires exercising prudent judgment and good faith by all parties.
The more experienced a lawyer becomes, the deeper their knowledge and the more savvy they become with their practice—thereby adding value to their clients. However, it takes time and practice to help a client achieve their goals in their deals and businesses.
The lessons taught in law school may not be directly applicable to how lawyers must operate in real world situations. Law school sets the theory and foundation, but real world situations equip lawyers with the necessary skills to listen carefully, read people and circumstances accurately, think about problems logically, articulate issues with clients clearly, and assess creative solutions to new problems.
Networks and Opportunities
Henry Ford once said “Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.”