Candidly, this post will not do the subject matter justice. Nontheless, I will raise the issue if nothing else. Why is it that people, myself included, find it some difficult to be objective when dealing with anything? Work, family, politics…we tend to delude ourselves into thinking we’re the ones who’ve got no ax to grind, no bias, no implied assumptions. This has become clear to me as we approach yet another presidential election. Its no secret the economy is a mess, inflation is hurting people everywhere, unemployment is too high. But who to blame? There’s the debate. Continue reading
Questions are good. So, I am asking a question of the day, which may or may not appear daily. The idea, as with most non-rhetorical questions, is to generate discussion, debate, ideas. I raise questions because (1) the subject matter is something I care about and (2) I generally value input of others where its thoughtful, polite, and thoughtful.
So my question today is “What Skills Do 21st Century Lawyers Need to Thrive?”
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