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A litigator must often wear various hats to offer the best representation to his or her client. Each of these roles requires the cultivation of a set of skills necessary to the job—some more widely expected of a litigator and others less thought of but equally important. Whether helping clients assess contracts or disputes from the outset before any litigation is even on the horizon or listening to a client vent about a frustrating situation that may or may not lead to a winning claim, a litigator that hopes to develop a strong attorney-client relationship should focus on all five roles.

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