Litigation Journal: Balancing
ABA Section of Litigation
Thwigbothem stands at the end of the mahogany conference table as the firm’s new associates take their seats. In front of each place is a stack of CLE materials, including photocopies of newspaper articles, some, two decades old. Thwigbothem is about to give a lecture that, rumor has it, he delivers every year. At the stroke of 9:00 AM, he begins with a rhetorical question. Representing your clients skillfully within the boundaries of law and legal ethics is the most important thing you can do in...