It's been said that "It's better to be lucky than good." Yet, nothing could be further from the truth for attorneys. Lawyers who depend upon good luck are gambling with their client's fortunes (and their law licenses). The ethical lawyer must be prepared to deal with unexpected accidents, sudden illnesses, the negligence or malfeasance of colleagues/employees and much more. In this unique program, you will learn how to deal with misfortune when it arrives and how to develop a principled practice that invites good luck.