Doing What Litigators Do Best.

Lisa CulhaneBlog

Connect. Share. Innovate. Persevere.

As a litigator you’ve undoubtedly changed the lives of your clients.

People listen to you.

According to the MBTI® and the KTS®-II personality tests, litigators are more competitive and results-oriented than the general public.

Good litigators are unwilling to settle for the way things are. They work to change the status quo to help our clients and our communities.

Good litigators are good listeners and thoughtful responders.

They tend to be innovative and generous.

People around you might even wonder how they can be more like you, especially when times are difficult.

And your humble response? I’m willing to persevere.

Good litigators know the value of persevering through tough conversations, setbacks and obstacles.

Good litigators keep moving forward.

People who are good at moving forward, even in the face of difficulties and obstacles, are especially needed in today’s world when we’re being confronted with change at breakneck speed.

You might not have set out to have mastered the specific skills necessary to thrive in today’s environment, but over time, you’ve done just that. For a litigator, it’s all in a day’s work.

No matter what’s going on right now, you don’t have to be superhuman to end up okay. 

You just need to keep doing what you do best: Connect. Share. Innovate. Persevere.