You have the right to competent counsel with the skill and knowledge to diligently represent your interests.
You have the right to be treated with courtesy and respect by the attorney and any staff in your attorney's office.
You have the right of having your telephone calls or emails returned promptly.
You have the right of receiving copies of all relevant documentation related to your case.
You have the right to representation that is free of any and all conflicts of interest.
You have the right to privacy in your conversations and communications with your attorney.
You have the right to question your attorney's opinion and to seek a second opinion if necessary.
You have the right to have your overall goals and objectives respected by your attorney.
You have the right to obtain advice from your attorney about the advantages and disadvantages of both litigation and alternatives to litigation.
You have the right to know and fully understand your attorney's billing practices and the right to receive regular detailed and itemized bills showing your attorney's services and charges.
You have the right to participate actively in your case and have all of your questions answered.
You have the right to offer your opinion and to have enough information about your case that you can participate meaningfully as your case progresses.
You have the right to have your attorney act ethically in all dealings in accordance with the Code of Professional Responsibility.
You may not be refused representation on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin or disability.