Stop the apologies

I was on a conference call a few months ago with a young female attorney and a number of male attorneys.She was giving us her analysis of a liability issue in a fairly complicated case.She was doing an excellent job analyzing the law, but that got lost in the words that she chose to use.Every few minutes, she said, “I am sorry.”When she stumbled on a word, she …

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