Law school never teaches you how to deal with anger, whether your own or the client's, says Michael Maslanka. He offers five insights to help you do just that, including how to derail an amygdala hijacking; when to apologize; and when to stand up for yourself.
How to Deal With Anger -- Yours and Theirs
October 31, 2012
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