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Avoiding the public eye: How not to become the story, even if you are.

Celebrity lawyer rows with bad-boy aristo-client.” “Star securities litigation lawyer  besieged.” “Counsel sues judges.” “Firebrand pro bono lawyer of yesteryear still tangling with Law Society.” (la version française suit) Whatever your take on these professional controversies, one thing is certain: it is not the kind of notoriety you seek for any stage of your legal career.  Nevertheless, the fine line we tread between representation for and of the members of the public we serve remains one of our greatest challenges.  Where is the line between fearless advocacy end and the loss of objectivity?  When did the lawyer stop advising the failing…