Where the line is drawn
Litigation lawyers must learn basic skills if they are to serve their clients effectively, Kati St Clair explains
I have often thought if I had not trained as a psychologist I would have trained as a barrister or solicitor. Why? Because I believe the two professions both use insight and discovery as well as arguments and structured rationale for tools. I am concerned that there is not much training given to lawyers on how to handle client dynamics or even figuring what these might be.
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