“When we talk about ethics in law school, it’s all about things like don’t steal money from your trust account, don’t cheat your client…that’s the obvious stuff.…Being an ethical lawyer goes beyond that. It’s about making decisions in the day to day of your practice that aren’t about you. They are about the best interests of your client.”
Darryl Singer heads up Diamond & Diamond’s Commercial and Civil Litigation Practice Group. He also continues to run a sizeable Personal Injury practice. Darryl has almost 25 years of trial experience, having graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1991 and being called to the Bar in Ontario in 1993. For more information about Darryl or to read his articles, see his personal website at www.darrylsinger.com. Listen to learn more about his personal story regarding Ethics and Professional Responsibility as a lawyer.
Produced by: Zenia Sethna and Jason Cooper