March 01, 2016

What Is a Client?

Clients come in all forms and sizes. A client may be an entity, an individual, or a group of entities or individuals. The attorney’s representation of the client is often equally complex, and numerous considerations govern an effective representation. In all cases, the lawyer’s duty is to his or her client. The following anecdotes from newly minted attorneys in various attorney-client relationships demonstrate the vast diversity of clients we are often called upon to represent.

Premium Content For:
  • Current ABA Member
Join - Now