The practice of a good lawyer

The professional training of a lawyer is too important to leave it entirely to law schools, because no school, no matter how prominent it may be, is capable of teaching the future lawyer everything there is to know about the exercise of the right as a profession (and means to live) and also adds that the preparation of a lawyer is also transcendental to leave its full burden to practicing lawyers. A balance is required between the experiences in the classroom, the courtroom and in the law firm.

The lawyer, like the good doctor, must guarantee a solid protection to the public, but it is a pity that the courts do not offer such protection. The naive client is led to believe that if a lawyer were not really able to process a judicial process, the judge would not allow him to handle the case and this is not the case – with few exceptions – anyone who exercises the right in general can enter the courtroom and bring a litigation.