Some Lawyering 'rules' Were Meant To Be Broken, Part 2

Some Lawyering ‘rules’ Were Meant To Be Broken, Part 2

August 4, 2021

Homampour Law Firm Attorney Arash Homampour has written a column for the Daily Journal about breaking some lawyering “rules” that he terms “norms”. Here, in Part 2, he examines three more norms that constrain lawyers without serving a purpose. You can download the write up in the Daily Journal by clicking here.
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