GPSOLO - Table of Contents

Volume 21, Number 1
January/February, 2004


Cultural Savvy in a Multinational Client World
Stuart M. Berkson
Unless you understand your client’s cultural background, you cannot fully understand what is important to that client.

Accommodations for Diversity
Robert A. Kraft
Do what you can to put clients with disabilities at ease in your office.

Diversified Practice: Tailor a Good Fit
Peter Roberts
If you’re feeling in a rut—or financially pinched—in your practice, you may be ready to expand into a complementary practice area.

Diversified Practice: Not My Style
Judith Stainbrook
A decision to de-diversify is a matter of geographic location, financial expectations, and personal preferences.

Strategies for Representing Minority Clients at Court
D. Michael McBride III
Why race matters in a courtroom.

Working with Hispanic Clients
Frank E. Martínez
How to deliver effective legal services to this diverse group.

Working with Asian Clients
Victoria Tran
Don’t assume all clients in this group will act identically or want the same type of legal representation.

Working with Arabs Clients
Stephen B. Mashney
In the wake of September 11, Arab clients carry additional challenges not encountered when representing others.

Unpopular Clients, Unpopular Causes
Charles Abourezk
A lawyer’s character may be sorely tested when taking on an unpopular case.


From the Editor
Jennifer J. Rose
Little Ghettos of Our Kind

The Chair’s Corner
William T. Hogan III
Our Diverse Section

General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Division News
Nominating Committee Report; Make Your Spring Meeting Reservations

In the Solution
Robert L. Stenander
You Bet Your Life

Being Solo
David Leffler
Beat the Clock: A Solo’s Guide to Time Management

GP Mentor Elio F. Martinez, Jr.
Voices of Experience

Resource Roundup



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