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The Client’s Ability to Pay Your Fee

February 14th, 2015

From the Law School Admission test: A prospective client comes into your office and asks you to represent him in a contract dispute. As the client relates the facts of the case to you, you realize that he has an excellent chance of winning. You also realize that you sympathize with the other party, and indeed the client’s motives are reprehensible. But the fact is, everyone is entitled to competent representation. Your decision on whether to accept representation of this client should be based on: A) The client’s ability to pay your fee; or B) The client’s ability to pay your fee; or C) The client’s ability to
pay your fee; or D) The client’s ability to pay your fee.

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