…And the truth shall set you free.

Looking back to the years that passed, what I can see clearly now is that it was utterly beyond the slightest of my expectations, much less the subject of the totality of my intents, that this oft spoken biblical passage could become the cornerstone in the manner by which I practice my profession.  After all, back in law school, the fundamental teaching revolved around the practice of “Law with a conscience”.  After graduation and the bar exams, at the law firm where I had my “baptism” and the valuable subsequent training in the legal profession, every partner and associate was expected to deliver “excellence in service” at the very least.  Continue reading “…And the truth shall set you free.”