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May 18, 2011

Scott Greenfield: Clients, Bonding & Lawyering.

On the one hand, there's a critical need for trust between lawyer and client. On the other, there's a critical need for detachment. A defendant feels the former.

Over at his celebrated Simple Justice, a Not-For-Weenies venue, do read Scott Greenfield's Too Close For Comfort, preferably before The Rapture obtains.


Above: Greenfield before 2003 industrial accident.

Posted by JD Hull at May 18, 2011 11:33 PM


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