Aspiring litigators learn early on that it is their duty to zealously advocate for their clients, regardless of whether their clients’ particular aims seem likely to engender more harmony in the universe. Practice Professor Douglas Frenkel believes it is just as important for law students to learn the art of “perspective-taking,” the ability to understand a situation from multiple points of view.
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