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The Eight Types of Clients and How to Survive Seven of Them

Credit(s): 1 CLE Credits
1 Ethics Credits
Course Number: DL-394
Original Program Date: December 7, 2010
Duration: 1 hour
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  • This seminar is a humorous look at the best and often worst thing about the practice of law; the clients.  After years of listening to bad lawyer jokes from friends, acquaintances, and strangers, join me in an examination of the various types of clients, their habits, and the problems they present.  While we all know that each of our clients is an individual (just like everybody else), it can be helpful to examine recognizable types, with an eye towards predicting future behavior, and with twin goals of avoiding ethical problems and increasing client satisfaction.

    1 CLE Credits
    1 Ethics Credits  

    Robert W. Rushing, Jr.

    Robert W. Rushing Jr., was born in Darlington, South Carolina on March 19, 1963

    He was admitted to the South Carolina Bar in 1988.

     Education: Francis Marion University (B.A. cum laude in 1985); University of South Carolina School of Law.(J.D.,1988).

    Practice Areas: personal injury, automobile accidents, on-the-job injury, divorce, child custody, Practice Areas: personal injury, automobile accidents, on-the-job injury, divorce, child custody, equitable division of property, criminal defense, civil litigation, medical malpractice, attorney malpractice, wrongful death and survivor claims, probate and estate.

    Member: Francis Marion University faculty, adjunct professor of law 2005-present.

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