How To Find a Good Lawyer

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A good lawyer:

  • someone who's passionate about the law
  • reads cases in his/her free time
  • can rattle off a bunch of cases in front of you subconsciously

(cases: court summaries; "BobIWantToSue vs. ChipDontSueMe")

While the competing lawyer sips his Margaritas in some Caribbean Tropical because s/he can't stand law and haven't cared for cases since Law School, your lawyer is reading a freakish number of cases because s/he finds joy in law and fighting for clients -- and possibly, striving to be the most knowledgeable lawyer in your industry/city/state/etc.

Basic rule:

  • The more case knowledge, the better your lawyer.

Someone (or firm) who can, for instance, cite a string of cases will likelier find more holes in the plaintiff/defendant's arguments, paving the way for you to achieve/keep what's legally yours/your-company's.

Common law WIN.

Cases. Passion.

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Posted on May 21


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