Recently there has been growing discussion of incivility in all areas of modern life.
Public figures, professionals and the public are growing more concerned about this behavior. While this problem appears in every occupation, I am writing this article about the legal profession as a lawyer.
Nowadays, parties in disputes are abandoning lawyers and attempting to represent themselves more than ever before. Students are applying to law schools in fewer numbers than in decades. Worldwide, the view is growing that lawyers are a source of hostility, rather than a profession that manages it. While my points in this article may apply to any