Legal Professionalism: Why Unprofessional Conduct in Court Doesn’t Work

by Sara Crocker on October 18, 2012

Every week this month, in celebration of Legal Professionalism Month, the Colorado Bar Association will share a tip on professionalism.

This week, Colorado Court of Appeals Judge Richard L. Gabriel explains why it doesn’t pay to be a bulldog in the courtroom and how professionalism can boost your credibility, relationships with those involved in the case, and your own satisfaction in the practice of law.

Why Unprofessional Conduct in the Court Doesn’t Work by Hon. Richard Gabriel from Colorado Bar Association on Vimeo.

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