« The University Of Houston Law Center | Main | Goodness, I Miss Having Someone Articulate And Who Can Reason In The White House »

Comments

PerGynt

You're funny, and very insightful.

Zale

Thanks.

As I've planned on practicing from home, the thoughts of having to meet a client from time to time have haunted my thoughts. I like Grant Griffith's coffee house / restaurant approach, but I have also considered whether or not it is necessary to meet every client face to face. This puts me at ease about not necessarily needing to meet them all, although, I may still want to meet them from time to time to make sure and get the initial contract signed. (The salesman in me shouts "Close! Close! Always be closing!")

Zale

The comments to this entry are closed.

Third Wave

My Photo

Contact Information

  • Email
    chuck@chucknewton.net
  • Fax
    281-715-5755
  • Phone
    281-681-1170

Our Other Sites

Newton Family Blogs



Law Schools To Consider & Other Useful Sites

Disclaimers

  • INFORMATION HEREIN IS NOT LEGAL ADVICE.
    The opinions expressed in this weblog represent only the opinions of the author(s) and are in no way intended as legal advice upon which you should rely. Every person's situation is different and requires an attorney to review the situation personally with you.
  • CERTIFICATION.
    NOT CERTIFIED BY THE TEXAS BOARD OF LEGAL SPECIALIZATION.
  • LICENSES.
    Charles (Chuck) Newton is licensed to practice law in all courts in the State of Texas, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, and all United States District Court and Bankruptcy Courts in the State of Texas.
  • NO ATTORNEY-CLIENT RELATIONSHIP CREATED.
    This weblog does not create an attorney-client relationship. Such a relationship can only be accomplished by execution of an agreement between Charles Newton & Associates and a prospective client.