The practice of law is a challenging way to make a living.
At times it is deeply fulfilling, meaningful, and personally satisfying work. It is a true honor and privilege to help clients in their times of need.
Most lawyers go to law school because they care about people. They want to make a difference.
It’s a principled decision, one predicated on a life dedicated to others and the highest and best aims of the law, that is, to serve the greater good.
Justice, true justice, is a difficult endeavor.
Criminal defense attorneys see, and in some instances, have personally lived through prejudices inherent in our system of justice.
They tend to be the type of people who stand up to bullies and speak truth to power.
Not everyone starts on the same path. Not everyone has a straight road to success or is guaranteed success or personal satisfaction or even financial stability.
In this episode of Law Talk with Bill Powers, entitled "The Journey," we are privileged to be joined by attorney Eben Rawls, premiere criminal defense lawyer in Charlotte and truly a Legend in the Law.
Eben's path is both fascinating and remarkable. We talk about: