When Intellectulaw™ goes into Court, they do not view themselves as the attorney. They view themselves as the client. By virtue of the fact that they internalized the client's problem, they are fully familiar with the objectives and the goals that the client wants to achieve. They recognize that the client is looking for justice in a system that is so confusing and, sometimes, so unpredictable. Thus they become the client; they do not just represent the client. So that when things happen in the Court room that they feel somehow is going to affect that justice their client is looking for, they take it personally. It becomes their problem and when you take something personally you do not just idly sit back, you do not just argue a legal position, you advocate with passion, you are the client's tool, you are the client's mouthpiece. Intellectulaw™ views themselves as the client's bullhorn and as the clients' one and only opportunity to present their case in the Courtroom, to a jury or to a judge or to a mediator. So they recognize that they are the client's mouthpiece, they are the instrument.
What Intellectulaw™ brings to the table is their education, their experience, their knowledge. They then merge it, mold it and make it one with the client's objectives and the justice that the client is looking to achieve. When that happens there is a hybrid that is presented in Court, a combination of an attorney/client all embodied in their words, in their papers and in their presentation of the case. They view themselves as that mouthpiece, that bullhorn, that microphone, that tool, that instrument that the client needs to present his or her case in Court, to achieve the justice that he or she is looking for.
All to the Glory of God, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.