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Wondering How To Treat People At Work? Do This

Despite how some people might carry themselves in the legal community, no one can walk on water. Everyone is human and should be treated as such, regardless of their title or role. Not to get morbid, but I like to say that it doesn’t matter whether you’re a janitor or the President of the United States, you still have to go to the bathroom and you still one day have to die. So lose the attitude if you’ve got it. That’s not how to treat people.

In today’s video, freelance lawyer Leila Kanani, shares some solid advice for how to treat people at work.

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Freelance Lawyer Leila KananiFreelance Attorney Provider Leila Kanani
Title: CEO & Founder, Intermix Legal Group
City: Chicago, IL
Law School: American Univ. Washington College of Law in DC
College: Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA
Other Career: Leila previously practiced intellectual property law in BigLaw and continues to practice IP law through her own firm, Stratus IP Law Group.
 

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