Wednesday, February 22, 2017
In an article in the New York State Bar Association Journal (Feb. 2017), Judge Gerald Lebovits makes the case for integrity and professionalism:
Winning is, rather, about projecting sincerity without vouching for a client’s credibility or the merits of a client’s case. Winning is about delivering on promises without overpromising. Winning is about zealous representation without being a zealot. I learned about advocacy when I no longer wanted or needed to be an advocate. I learned about advocacy when I became a judge. I discovered that winning is about the messenger, not just the message and the media.
You can read more here.