We see the legal profession as a tool for the benefit of the people: professionals, clients, and society as a whole. We therefore put the utmost care in the study of the law and jurisprudence, in order to run a competent, efficient, and dependable law practice.
We practice law with the utmost earnestness, transparency, and respect for our professional obligations. Without preaching absolute truths, we strive to bear witness, for our clients, of the truths we see, even if doing so cuts against the grain and requires courage.
Claims of utmost care and unwavering earnestness in the study and practice of law ring hollow without the demonstrated ability to get things done. Our professionals are both highly credentialed and have significant practical experience.
We favor professionals who are capable of discovering systems where others see chaos, who work on solutions while others get fixated on problems, and who can think ahead and manage the connection between tactical maneuvers and strategic goals.
Seeing the path and walking the path are altogether different actions. We believe that strategy and analysis do matter, but they are tools, not excuses for inaction. We favor professionals who will get things done, no matter how hard it gets.
We believe that “common sense” is, in fact, not quite common, and often quite nonsensical. We value professionals who discern truth from consensus, and who can intelligently and courageously speak out against the status quo when needed.
The practice of care and the pursuit of overall benefit cannot be divorced from a measure of independence, both of the mind and in the wallet. We favor professionals who are self-reliant, and can afford to practice intellectual honesty without fear.
We abhor power-drunk globalism, yet believe in an interconnected world in which true diversity is a source of shared human wealth. We cater to well-traveled professionals who possess the curiosity of explorers, and the nuance of ambassadors.