THOUGHTS ABOUT A LAW OFFICE
As a practicing legal professional for 40 years, I had the privilege to sit at both ends of the judicial pulpit. The nearly three decades provided a unique opportunity to learn what made an excellent judge, and an excellent lawyer.
An excellent judge must bring a judgment which is based on carefully selected and analyzed information. Judging a case requires mastery in revealing the truth even between opposing parties. While an excellent judge must be impartial, an excellent lawyer may not allow himself this luxury. Effective representation requires taking a solid stand for the benefit of the client, be an individual, a business association, or a community. An outstanding lawyer shoots the analyzed and legally relevant facts just at the right moment to achieve success for his client.
My vision is to be an effective legal service provider who at times can be a good friend, a supporter. I am convinced that a great client-lawyer relationship is similar to the one of a patient-doctor’s; mutual trust is the key to success.