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Attorney-Client Interview – Practice Points Part 2

Originally published in the Champion, November, 2011 The Client Has Been Accused of What Crime? It is essential to know what hap­pened both from the client’s perspective and from the government’s point of view. Before the attorney starts, she should

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Attorney-Client Interview: Practice Points – Part 1 of 3

Originally published in The Champion, November, 2011 Basics of a Client Interview A lawyer can meet a client in many ways, including a referral by court appointment or in the waiting room of the lawyer’s office. For purposes of this

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The Bad Habit of Emailing and Texting During a Conversation.

Something has changed dramatically about the way we communicate: we don’t talk to one another. We text, tweet, “like”, and comment as an alternative to speaking and listening. Why speak when we can merely type? Professionally, we email rather than go through the

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