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Why did you become an attorney?
I wanted a profession where I could utilize my strengths as a writer and thinker on a daily basis. Being an attorney allows me to do so.
What is the best part of your job?
The constant variability of the work, meaning that each day feels a bit different than the last one.
Who has inspired you in your career?
The memory of my late mother, who was a teacher at her job and at home, regularly reminds and inspires me to always strive for a quality work product.
What are you most proud of in your practice?
Anytime I receive a simple “thank you” from a client or fellow attorney, I feel pride in the work I’ve done.
What do you think are the three most important things you do to serve your clients?
1) Listen. 2) Tailor your approach to the client's needs. 3) Provide honest answers, even when the answer is something they do not want to hear or is, “I don’t know, but I can find out.”
2) Tailor your approach to the client's needs.
3) Provide honest answers, even when the answer is something they do not want to hear or is, “I don’t know, but I can find out.”
What do you like to do in your spare time?
Help raise my two children, go for short neighborhood jogs, and watch basketball and soccer.
Outside the Office
•Greater Birmingham Habitat for Humanity
•BBQ for Building
Speeches and Publications
•Author, Get Grounded by Volunteering at the Domestic Relations Help Desk , featured in Volunteer Lawyers Birmingham eBrief, June 29, 2018
•Sirote Welcomes Nathan Weinert to the Birmingham Office
•Alabama State Bar
•Birmingham Bar Association
•Member, Bulletin Committee
•Volunteer Lawyers Program
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