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Why you take difficult cases

"All of us solo and small-firm lawyers have experience with those "dog" cases that drive us crazy and often lose us money in the process," writes Carolyn Elefant. As part of her voluminous reading, she has found an answer to why: An article explaining that "because even though so many of us have lost money off cases or been burned by difficult clients, the author eloquently reminds us that sometimes, we take a loser case because it's the right thing to do ..."

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Posted by Laurel Newby on June 30, 2005 at 02:53 PM | Permalink | TrackBack (0)

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