A Good Lawyer's Creed - Poem by MELVIN BANGGOLLAY
A GOOD LAWYER'S CREED
L-itigate cases to promote justice
A-dminister defense against injustice
W-ork with prudence in all quest
Y-earn to protect client rights at best
E-xercise due process in litigating cases
R-espect the rule of law in every contest
S-hould not use his/her wit to circumvent.
C-oncede if truth and justice prevailed
R-e file or appeal if injustice had been raid
E-xplain the legal facts for the client's sake
E-xcuse no one in the quest for justice
D-eliver his/her services at a reasonable fees.
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