Frequently asked questions and infrequently heard answers
Why I Love The Jury System
I have a high point in every jury trial. You are probably thinking that the high point of a jury trial for me is when I have had the experience of hearing the words “not guilty”. These are indeed, some of the best moments of my life, but the high point of every jury trial comes before.
A Lesson for Burgeoning Lawyers from Dr. Seuss
One of my favourite books of all time is the children’s book ‘Oh the Places You’ll Go’ by Dr. Seuss. I read this book to my son almost every week and it has a lesson in there that I think is good advice for all lawyers.
Like a Moth to a Flame: Why You Shouldn't Listen To Your Elders
I don’t mean you shouldn’t listen to your elders ever, but when it comes to entrepreneurship, you should be very skeptical about the advice your get from elders, particularly from the Baby Boomer generation. If you are a lawyer that is considering going out on your own in criminal law, you should be very reluctant to listen to the advice of a Baby Boomer, even one that appears to be successful. Rejecting their advice is hard to do for reasons that I will explain.