We will list eight of the qualities that should have an attorney to stand out in his profession.

to be a good lawyer

Ease of oral expression and language proficiency. It is essential not only in the action before the courts, but also when attending to the clients. It is important to have a thorough knowledge of the subject matter and also able to express clearly and accurately. Anyone can learn to speak fluently with years of legal practice. However, who holds this ability innately, will have an advantage over others.

Habit or aptitude for reading comprehension. Lawyers have to read constantly and it is essential to understand quickly and efficiently what we read. Who does not have these two qualities will not be able, in many cases, will cover claims that this profession requires.

Sociability. This component is essential for the commercialization of our work. We can be valid and reliable lawyers, but we sell our work, we must know to sell. People sure of self-confident, communicative and outgoing always have greater career success than those that are not.

Discipline and order. We should continually be aware of expirations, requirements, unavoidable dates, etc.. To do this, we have to be able to plan ourselves efficiently, be disciplined and ordered. Good planning allows us to do much more in less time.

Flexibility and spontaneity. It is important to search for alternative solutions. At trial it is essential not to stick to the schemes that we studied. In most of the trials must improvise, as witnesses, experts, complainant, respondent etc, may change statement in the courtroom.

Having good psychology. Sometimes we do one more work of psychologists than lawyers. We must be able to listen to our fellow men so we can find a solution and to adapt to the client demands. Some issues require that the lawyer is involved in the problem and be able to empathize. The client will appreciate it, will feel understood and bring you confidence looking for in a professional.

Having a conciliatory and diplomatic nature. Fundamental to deal with difficult customers, or require humane treatment that the case requires it.

Being able to work self-sufficiently. Often, we face issues that we have not seen before. We must know and find the right information quickly.