The Role of Kindness in Reducing Ethics Complaints [LGE 003]

Feb 27, 2018 | Podcast

What does kindness have to do with ethics complaints? Well, possibly a lot! I believe that if more lawyers practiced kindness towards their clients and even towards opposing counsel, even when it is difficult to do so, there would be fewer ethics complaints filed against them. That’s exactly what I discuss in this episode.

What I Discuss In This Episode: 

  • What does it mean to be kind?
  • Who do we need to be kind to and why?
  • What should lawyers do to insure their clients are happy?
  • What role does kindness play in the attorney-client relationship?
  • How does kindness make you a better lawyer?
  • What can a lawyer do once a Bar complaint has already been filed
  • Can kindness be self-satisfying?

Resources Mentioned

The Lawyerist Podcast by Sam Glover and Aaron Street

Billie Tarascio

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