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June 16, 2011

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John Murphy

I would agree that much soft skill training is really generalized business education. However, to present a single counterpoint, I think one could argue that some skills training enhances a lawyer's ability to know how to deliver legal services which the client wants, at the time the client wants, and in the format the client wants. These skills on responding to a client's legal needs go hand in hand with the competency, "zealousness" and communication requirements of the model rules. It's coincidental that they also make good business sense.

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