It is a topic that has been hotly debated and debated ever since the birth of the modern lawyer.
Some lawyers, like John Barleycorn, believe that they can make it through a conflict-of-interest case without risking losing their employment.
Others feel the opposite.
However, this is the first time that I have been asked by an employer whether I would like to represent them.
In the past, I had to decide between doing what I knew I would be doing with my family and my own life.
Now, I am able to put my own needs first and I am not being asked about it.
The idea that I am an employer, and therefore a legitimate candidate to represent my employer, is a new one to me.
For a while, it seemed that I was one of those lawyers who did not have a job and so it seemed as if my only option was to not go to work at all.
This is a good thing for me because I am in a position where I have more time to focus on my own professional life.
My employer is not always a friend, but my employer does have a certain level of trust.
I was able to make a deal with them and I can use my expertise to represent their interests in a way that is more respectful to them.
In my experience, the majority of lawyers who are not in this position would rather be working for their own employer than working with their own clients.
I am still learning how to be an independent lawyer.
I am learning the skills and the ways to think and act independently.
It is still not easy for me to do this.
It was not until I became an independent legal professional that I realised that I would not always have a relationship with my employer.
I would have a client who was in need of my expertise and support, or a client whom I would always have to deal with.
It took some time for me in this situation to accept that I do not have to work with my own client, or with my friends, and so I have become independent.
After working for a long time as a lawyer, I realised my lack of connection with my client was not a reflection of my ability to do my job.
My own client is the one who is going to decide how I am going to do the work.
Having a relationship that I can trust has allowed me to work independently.
For me, having a good relationship with the employer has made my job easier.
If they are being dishonest, if they are abusing their power, I can say no.
When I started working in the legal profession, I always felt that I had a duty to my clients.
I felt it was important to do what I could to support them, even if I did not always know the answers.
I have learned that it is not necessary to do everything in my power to support your client, but it is very important to listen to what they have to say.
Now that I no longer work for my own employer, I have a good deal of confidence that I will be able to protect my own interests.
If there is a conflict of interest, I will do what is right for my client, not what is good for me.