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Lawyer as Translator: Bridging the Gap Between Client and Lawyer - Solo Small Firm Practice News

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Posted on: Sep 17, 2014

Lawyers need to see themselves as translators if they want to bridge the gap between their world and their client's world, according to this article. The explanatory communication that an attorney provides when giving clients legal documents and other advice is important, because it eases the stress and burden on a client when they're going through a legal issue.

The article provides two helpful ways for lawyers to improve their communication style with clients. Check it out to find ways that you can translate legalese to keep your clients at ease as you guide them through the legal process!


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