“Lawyer” is one of just two nouns in the English language that take on a negative meaning when turned into an adjective — “lawyerly.” (The other is “fish.” As in “fishy.”) In the history of the world, no one has ever used “lawyerly” as a compliment. Because lawyers get a bum rap: Client complaints. Billing disputes. Lawyer jokes.
But one word can change all of that. One word can revolutionize the way you practice law. Make your life easier. And make your clients happier. Want to know what that one word is? And how to use it in your practice? Vote for this proposal and find out March 28.