10 Lessons from 30 Years in the Law

, Texas Lawyer


Michael P. Maslanka celebrated his 30th anniversary as a lawyer in 2011. He offers 10 insights he has learned over the years. He starts with "get the facts" and concludes with "recognize the limits of control." He illustrates the point that "hierarchy kills" with a discussion about how counsel should eliminate hierarchy and embrace open expression.

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  • Gerry Oginski

    Excellent advice from a life-long experience in the practice of law. Thanks for sharing.

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