In the age of data analytics, the importance of human intelligence is often underestimated. But as any lawyer can attest, the ability to consult with peers on issues affecting the profession is essential to navigating the rapidly changing legal landscape.
As for us here at the Legal Intelligencer and across the Law.com network, the feedback we receive from our readers every day is invaluable in helping to shape our coverage and to ensure that we’re providing you with smart, relevant and useful news and analysis every day.
With that in mind, we’re launching a regular poll to gauge how our readers view the workplace issues that impact them most. Our hope that is that your responses will offer insights into the current climate of on both the practice and business of law, as well as, perhaps, a glimpse into the future.
Today’s question is about civility in the legal profession—a topic that Pennsylvania law firm leaders recently told us is top of mind.
Is attorney professionalism and civility at an all-time low? Or is the legal profession still a place where decency, courtesy and dignity prevail over short tempers and ill manners? Share your thoughts with us below (your responses are confidential). We look forward to hearing from you!