Few would dispute that the practice of law can be difficult, demanding and stressful, especially as the legal environment and legal marketplace have become increasingly competitive and complex. Particularly in this context, professionalism matters, not only to assure professional success, but, as important, to assure both individual lawyers' long-term satisfaction, fulfillment and well-being in the practice of law and the public's trust and confidence in the legal profession's ability to serve its clients well and in an efficient and economical way. Indeed, it may matter more now than ever.
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Sarah Fabian from the Department of Justice's Office of Immigration Litigation shows how attorneys can improve their footprint on Zoom with video hearing tips, exercise keen judgement with confidentiality on social media, and handle and recover from media scrutiny in the new digital age.
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