"I think one of the biggest things is that you're talking about lawyers who generate a high, high volume of cases, because you're selling your legal services the same way you sell Ginsu knives."
If the walls of our law office could talk, what would they say? They would probably tell you that almost everyone who walks through our doors want's you to know that "they aren't the suing kind." It's uttered as an apology; a way of explaining--as if an explanation were needed--what brings them to a lawyer's office.
Lester Tate, Jeff Davis, Robert Ingram, Judge Brenda Weaver, Richard Hyde, Judge John Allen at the 2014 Weltner Dinner. Lester is part of the Georgia Judicial Qualifications Commission won the Weltner Award from the First Amendment Foundation for its opinion on open courts. Congratulations!
Read more here: http://www.gfaf.org/weltner-award/
“I think that deep down being a small town lawyer with a statewide or national reputation is now and has always been my dream.”
Check out Lester’s full interview with the The Daily Tribune News: