Why “Counselor at Law”?

  1. The first case I received a Not Guilty verdict on, a friend congratulated me by saying “Congratulations Counselor!” It was an exciting and very awesome time.  The dictionary defines “counselor” as follows:

coun·se·lor

  1. a person trained to give guidance on personal, social, or psychological problems:

“a marriage counselor”

  1. NORTH AMERICAN

a person who supervises children at a camp.

  1. US, IRISH

a trial lawyer.

 A trial lawyer more accurately describes me and what I do. There are many lawyers who devote their practice to transactional work. There are many lawyers who describe themselves as litigators but do not actually try cases. As a trial lawyer, I try cases. Please refer to my Attorney page to see the type of cases that I have tried and the results. When you meet with a lawyer, you should be asking that lawyer whether he or she has tried cases.




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