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Lesson for Lawyers: Be gracious

by Editors on December 20, 2011

Another excellent installment from Michael Maslanka and a lesson for lawyers that should be learned early in a legal career:

Lesson No. 9: Be gracious. It is the right approach. It generates good karma. “Karma” is Sanskrit for “action” or “deed.” And right action, coupled with right intention, multiplies itself…Sometimes, lawyers do not do these kinds of things, because we think we will look foolish, appear weak or be exploited. But Churchill took the long view of right actions. Attorneys should, too.

Michael Maslanka’s Work Matters blog on employment and labor law issues (as well as the practice of law) was nominated as a Top 100 Blawg by the ABA Journal. If you enjoy his blog as much as InhouseBlog does, head over to the ABA Journal Blawg 100’s voting page and let them know by casting your vote!

[via: The lessons of 30 years as a lawyer: Be gracious at Work Matters]

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