Ethical Collaborative Practice: Contributing to the Conflict of a Client

by Jeff Fink, Past President of MCLC

We don’t always think about ethics in our daily lives. Many lawyers remember legal ethics as one of the less interesting topics on the bar exam.

In the Collaborative process, though, ethics are important. They mean “doing the right thing” in the situation. They mean always asking ourselves, “Am I being Collaborative? Is what I am doing now Collaborative?”

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