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No Lawyer is an Island

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Most lawyers are acculturated to present an image of themselves as knowing, capable, even invulnerable or self-sufficient. Yet lawyers are human beings, and thus subject to vulnerabilities and setbacks. It is on that basis that, when speaking to groups of attorneys I advocate for contacting LCL and other sources of assistance sooner rather than later, ideally before one’s practice is in danger of being compromised. [Click here for full blog originally published February 2012.]

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