Andrew Brown has a new vision of the law.
It’s a legal landscape where the client’s need for resolution takes
precedence over the lawyer’s hunger for revenue.
It’s advice-based law where the client and the lawyer work in tandem to
head-off trouble through honest conversations and sound planning.
Brown lawyers work with their clients to create a plan, for business, for
life and for all the places those two intersect.
That plan is adjusted, re-examined and fine-tuned through the years so
the client benefits from sound advice and wise counsel through his or
Death, taxes and hating lawyers; the certainties of life. Everyone gets a good laugh from a lawyer joke. If hating lawyers was a religion, wars would end and the hungry would be fed. Everybody hates lawyers.
Imagine a world where lawyers are liked. They are valued for their insights and experience. One where they sell services and products that help the consumer manage and increase legal heath and overall well-being.
You might hear about it a couple times a year from your neighbour, co-worker or someone in the family. You always have the same reaction; you shake your head and say, “That’s a shame,” or “How horrible, how sad”. And then the follow-up reaction…
You’re probably going to buy a lawyer a boat. There’s a scourge that is taking its toll on our community and it’s been that way for years. The truth is, too many families are buying too many lawyers too many boats.