(1) We believe that the practice of law is a noble profession, and that representing others in legal proceedings is a solemn responsibility.  In accordance with these beliefs, we are committed to the highest ethical standards.

(2) Every client has unique interests and needs that must be reflected in the advice we give and work we perform.

(3) Our clients are entitled to the highest quality work product.  There is no substitute for attention to detail, innovative legal thinking, candid advice, clear and persuasive writing, and zealous advocacy in court.

(4) We will hire only professionals who are passionate about getting clients the best possible outcome.

(5) We will always err on the side of having too much communication with clients. We pledge to be prompt, honest, and candid in communicating with our clients.

(6) We value continuous improvement.  We value client feedback, even and especially if it is negative.  We value learning from mistakes.

(7) We consider and treat co-workers and employees as family and friends.  We know that this not only produces a better working environment, but also produces better service for clients.

(8) We seek to exceed client expectations.  We want clients who will recommend us to others without hesitation.  And, we want clients to return to us in the future should they need additional legal services.

(9) We have an obligation to help those in need.  We will serve the public by providing free legal services in appropriate cases, and also will work to speak for the voiceless in our community.

(10) The client is always our number one concern.  Everything we do should be with the ultimate goal to improve our clients’ lives.

 

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