Category Archives: courts

The Need For True Service

Introduction  Since graduating from law school I have been a public servant for most of my career life: a prosecuting attorney, a city attorney and a trial judge.  I am a deep believer in public service.  In my private life … Continue reading

Posted in Change, character, courts, culture, insight, job, law, Philosophy, Public Service | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments

The Practice of Law as a Public Service

By Eric Z. Lucas[i] “A lawyer, at minimum, must stand for truth and not falsehood…Too long have we been known by our fellow citizens as agents of deception.  The era of deception in legal practice must be brought to a … Continue reading

Posted in character, courts, culture, insight, intuition, job, law, Philosophy, politics, Public Service | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment