The short answer is-- they should be! Well, at least, that's our view of you as a potential client.
An attorney-client relationship is legally protected, first and foremost. It is intimate, by nature. It should be one that is valued on both sides, by the client and, more so, by the attorney. The attorney, who is out in front and center of a particular ad campaign, is trying to gain your trust, your confidence and your loyalty. How is that possible if you are immediately funneled to a lower-tier associate upon signing an employment agreement?!?!
At Snable | Law, we respect and are honored by your decision to hire us. We don't ever take that attorney-client relationship for granted. You will speak with me, meet with me and have a direct line to communicate with me.
We are not interested in being just your lawyer for this case; but rather we are interested in being your trusted counsel over a lifetime. We value your relationship with our firm, and will not take your decision, your trust or your loyalty for granted.