A History of Civility: From Plato to the KBA
Code of Professional Courtesy [abridged by the author August, 2009]
36 Bench & Bar September 2008
By Donald H. Vish
law of legal compulsion — Michel de Montaigne.
- Think much, speak little, and write less
- Save your anger for the right occasion but always withhold it in two cases: 1) where you can’t change the outcome and 2) where you can
- Look and overlook , bear and forbear
- Always make haste slowly.