Law Firm Intimates Women Are Better Lawyers Than Men
Ever notice how women, when in conflict with another, or with a man for that matter, discuss the issue at great length until every last feeling is expressed? Ever notice how men, when in conflict with another (but not a woman), just punch each other, offer up a fist bump or brush it off with a "no worries, dude?" Though some might debate the point, that's not sexist. It's just a natural difference in the way men and women deal with confrontation and disagreement.
So perhaps an ad from 100 percent women-owned Buffalo law firm Schroder, Joseph Associates, LLC with the headline, "Ever Argue With A Woman," is compelling since arguing legal issues requires ad nauseum debate to the point of excruciating insanity. In the courtroom, that's a good thing. Not so much when you're at home and just want to sit down with a beer and watch the game.
While the ad might be compelling one one level, what does it say about the men, if any, who work for the firm? Surely, they must be good lawyers as well or they would have been booted out the door long ago.
On another level, maybe an all-female law firm is a very good thing. After all, while men are always out to "win," women are much more predisposed to discussion and compromise. And compromise plays a very significant role in settling legal issues.
Apparently the Schroder, Joseph Associates, LLC approach to law is a sound one. The firm claims to handle work for five of the top ten Fortune 500 companies.
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