Getting engaged: lawyers and clients
For couples, the path to getting engaged is pretty clear. After the traditional courting period, the question is popped, the answer is (hopefully) yes… and usually a ring is given. There’s not a lot of confusion about whether the happy couple is or is not engaged (unless, of course, you happen to have seen the season finale of The Big Bang Theory).
For lawyers and clients, the path is equally clear, albeit with less jewellery. After the traditional courting period, the question is popped, the answer is (hopefully) yes… and the lawyer sends out an engagement letter…
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