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Julie Fleming Brown

Stephanie, I think this is an interesting trend. I've wondered about providing coaching to clients in litigation, for instance, to work in conjunction with lawyers on helping clients sort out their real goals in an effort to facilitate settlement. And then, I switch hats and question whether I'd want my clients working with a coach, perhaps sharing legal strategy or getting some input from the coach... And I'd be quite skeptical.

I suspect it's a useful endeavor (for instance, in helping a client present himself/herself well, stress and energy management around a long legal process, etc.) but a tricky one. I'll be curious to see how this proceeds.

Kevin Hickey

Interesting concept that I too will be watching. I think it could be helpful in managing client expectations about the litigation process - and understanding that the process may take awhile.

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