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The people we represent may not have an undergraduate degree much less a J.D.; often they have barely completed high school. We need to stop and think every day about who we truly represent. Our clients? Ourselves? The legal profession? All three interests should be interconnected and centered on the client. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. Problem-Solving Methods Should Put Clients First. By relying on methods used outside the legal profession to solve problems, you can build a more client-centric law practice.April 26, 2017 0 0 0