The client comes first.
We do not practice law for our own benefit. There is no point to the practice of law if it does not serve our clients’ best interests. Advocacy, skill and knowledge are tools. But they are only useful tools if they are put to the right use.
Sometimes attorneys get caught up in their own ambitions. They become self-promoters. They tout their “big” cases, and advertise their public images. But clients aren’t cases. They’re people with real problems that need real solutions.
At Robbins & Curtin, we focus on service and attention toward our real concern, the client.