What Makes a Great Lawyer?

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Danielle Carter presents five tips to help good lawyers enhance client outcomes and excel within their profession.

February 6, 2019
Danielle Carter - Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara LLP

Good lawyers have mastered and understand the analytical and communication skills taught in law school, but great lawyers build upon this foundation by continuing to develop traits and skills for success. Here are five tips to help good lawyers enhance client outcomes and excel within their profession.

Be Objective

Lawyers cannot be effective advocates unless they are first willing to perceive and analyze problems from all angles. Lawyers must discern strong claims from weak; urgent concerns from long-term; and large issues from small. A lawyer who adopts the tone of an emotionally-charged client risks alienating the court and jury.

Ms. Carter may be contacted at info@bremerwhyte.com



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