International Commercial Arbitrator.
What is your approach or philosophy to representing a case?
Other than a law degree, what kind of special training or knowledge do you have?
How did you decide you wanted to become a lawyer?
Who are your typical clients? Do you have a set strategy to approach them on the first meeting?
What type of skills does it take to become a successful lawyer??
How do you deal with failure in the courtroom?
What advice would you give to a law school aspirant?
What type of cases do you generally handle?
How do you see your job evolving in the future?
What was the most challenging moment in your career?
What motivated you to choose this career?
What does a typical day at work look like?
How was your experience with your first job?
How has your job evolved over the years?
What are the 3 things every successful lawyers must-have?
Describe a typical day at work for you?
What's the advice you would like to give to an aspiring lawyers?
How stressful is your job?
What do you dislike about your job or the industry?
What are your primary job responsibilities?
What are the realities of a lawyer's job that cinema never depicts?
What law books or journals would you recommend reading?
What is the toughest decision you had to make at work?
How dangerous is your job? Have you ever been threatened?