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Never Measure Yourself against Perfection
published March 12, 2013
“I would require attorneys to stipulate more on facts that are not in dispute and find better ways to present evidence that is not duplicative. I also think lawyers need to exhibit higher levels of professionalism, in terms of the way they interact with each other. We can be adversaries and represent our clients zealously, without being adversarial in our dealings with one another.”
“I think that everywhere I worked I had a mentor of one kind or another. Everywhere I worked, someone taught me some valuable lessons. At work, my employees have felt the same about me, but I did formally mentor an immigrant high school student from Africa. I was at his graduation; he went to college and both served in the military and started a great career. It was very fulfilling to do that.”
Influential Adoption Attorney Clifford L. Greenberg Brings Families Together
New York Law School, New York City, New York