At Langer & Langer, our clients’ trust comes first. We earn that trust through the competent and professional practice of law. We believe a strong practice starts with a strong foundation in legal knowledge and a commitment to make learning a career-long pursuit.
The skills and understanding our Indiana attorneys need to effectively fight for their clients are gained through a lifetime of experience and dedication. We also believe that an attorney’s education doesn’t stop with law school. Our commitment is to keep learning on a daily basis as long as we practice law. We’re determined to be our best because our clients deserve nothing less. That is why members of the firm regularly attend Continuing Legal Education (CLE) classes and also serve as faculty members of CLE programs educating other attorneys.
Attorneys learn to handle themselves in the courtroom. They learn how juries work. They learn how to handle objections. They learn how to handle evidence, to stay calm under fire, to dig deep for the truth. They learn how to tell a client’s story in the most persuasive manner possible.
Our Indiana lawyers’ cases often settle before we reach the courtroom because we prepare as if we’re going to court with every case.
The skills and understanding an attorney needs to effectively fight for their clients are gained through a lifetime of experience.
What have we learned after a combined more than 100 years in practice?
These simple, powerful truths are the cornerstone of our practice.
Everyone who strives to be successful in life knows one thing: you can never stop learning. Like many firms, attorneys at Langer & Langer are committed to reading journals, attending conferences, and connecting with other attorneys to learn more throughout our careers. Beyond that, we’re also committed to giving back and teaching others. As part of that commitment, we share what we learn with other attorneys by serving as faculty to teach the lawyers at continuing legal education classes throughout Indiana and across the United States and by publishing articles.
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