The legal profession is best served when lawyers and all the paraprofessionals who support them meet the highest competency and ethical standards in the delivery of legal services. From all the sacrifices and dedication to complete their degrees to the sweat and tears shed over the Bar Exam, protection of the attorney’s license should be of utmost importance to all lawyers and all of those who support their work. While each profession has its own standards and aspirational goals, compliance often demands that each professional not only know but also meet the goals set by the codes set for others in the profession.
For example, lawyers must abide by the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct and Rule 8.04 requires lawyers not to “knowingly assist a judge or judicial officer in conduct that is a violation of applicable rules of judicial conduct or other law.” Tex. Disciplinary Rules of Prof’l. Conduct R.8.04 (Emphasis added).
In today’s competitive market you have to set yourself apart. You have spent years learning your job duties and responsibilities. Don’t just stop there, take the next challenge and invest into yourself, advance your career. Get Certified-- and let your credentials speak for themselves. Certification and training develop essential skills. These tools help keep your skills relevant, applicable, and competitive. They play an essential role in preparing the legal professional for our evolving industry. Certification is now an industry standard which is highly recognized by employers and can help open the doors to potential job opportunities, job security, job promotions and it is no secret that salary increases fall into this category as well.
* Spoiler Alert * Certification, training and experience are three of the most important characteristics employers consider when selecting a candidate for a position. Employers have confirmed that candidates...