Dwdonhoff: <<<My parents' occupation(s) reflect on my character? Wow?>>>"Again, not particularly the title or field... but how *YOU* represent your meaning of what they did, and how you disclose its effects on your personal discretion would be *VERY* relevant."How would you measure?"The end message of character may be exactly the same between 2 professionals who had a brain surgeon and a plumber respectively as fathers... and very differently between professionals who's fathers were both accountants at the same firm shoulder to shoulder. Its more important to listen to *HOW* the respondants answer than the text of their reponse."How does the response measure character? It feels like reading tea leaves to me"*ASSUMING* character matters to you. To me, it does... both in those who represent me, and those who I choose as clients. Since I've taken this position, my life has been exponentially easier and more productive/profitable."I agree that character matters, but I still fail to see how most of the questions you originally posed necessarily reveal much about the character of the potential lawyer?Why not ask him/her:Why manhole covers are round?If he/she have ever had an affair?If he/shee files income tax returns timely and whether their returns are well within the bounds of the law or whether they are super agressive, playing audit roulette, and are perfectlyw illing to pay more taxes and interest if caught by the IRS?Whether he/she has ever had any complaints filed against them with the relevant bar association(s) or any malpractice claims in a court?Seems to me that there are better questions that reveal more about character of the potential lawyer than some of the questions you sugggested.Regards, JAFO
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