Monday, August 30, 2010

Religious Lawyers who spread their faith while they practice

This was a very interesting piece considering our discussion last week of what role religious background plays in one's professional life. The attorneys in this article often pray with their client, and use God as a means of facilitating resolutions to issues.

It makes sense. An attorney is hardly ever just a lawyer. He is a counselor, mentor, parent, confidant, and friend at various times. That goes for Judges too (perhaps nowhere is that more clear than in the sentencing phase of a criminal proceeding). Attorneys are given the opportunity to do tremendous good with their work. It's refreshing to see these lawyers focusing on developing their clients as people, not just helping them achieve victory in the courtroom.

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