Clark Hill Attorney Stephen Wolf Published in The Legal Intelligencer
Clark Hill attorney Stephen Wolf was recently published in The Legal Intelligencer. His article, “Striking a Balance: How to Be a Professional and an Advocate at the Same Time,” is part of a bi-monthly series, Young Lawyers: Tips for Lawyers on the Rise. Wolf’s article gives advice on professionalism and advocacy, which are terms frequently used by attorneys, and answers the question—how does one be professional while remaining an advocate?
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Wolf helps his clients, including owners, contractors, and design professionals, solve construction-related disputes.
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