Oct 27, 2020
Having worked all kinds of part-time jobs to get through law school, including retail and fruit shops, Elias Tabchouri understands how essential it is to go the extra mile for clients and ensure they know you value them.
In this conversation of The Boutique Lawyers Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by Macquarie Lawyers principal Elias Tabchouri to discuss his journey into the legal profession, how taking the hard road into practice shaped his philosophy of a lawyer’s duties and the responsibilities of leaders of boutique firms.
Moreover, the pair talk about how criminal law firms have had to adapt in the age of coronavirus and the fundamental need to have a deep care for the clients whom one is serving.
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