Sterling Law Offices is focused on family law and we obsess to achieve the goal of empowering family law clients.
We need smart teammates who fit our culture and are passionate about helping families in a legal context.
Our team is approaching the practice much differently than how law firms have been built over the past 150 years. We are highly innovative in how we serve our clients and add value to them.
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What will Sterling Law expect of me if I join the team?
We have five major expectations to be on our team:
…you must be an excellent communicator, both oral and written. Along with this, you must return phone calls and emails within a very fast reasonable amount of time.
…you must be a relentless advocate for our clients. This does not mean you do everything they insist. Rather, it means bringing wise judgment to every interaction so that you tirelessly advocate for our clients within our team’s values.
…you must embrace and live out our values. This is something you can’t fake. You either share these values or you don’t. Life has a way of harmonizing.
- Finish with Integrity
We strive to finish every matter, interaction, engagement, deal, etc. to conclusion with integrity. This means that we should always be able to tell the whole story and not leave out a detail because we are ashamed.
- Compete with a Warrior Spirit
We are competitive, and we want to win in everything we do. We can’t always control the outcomes, but we can control our preparation and the intensity of how we compete. We do our best and take pride in the effort.
- Embrace and Drive Change
We accept that one of the certainties in life is change. We anticipate change and enact it before we are forced to accept it.
- Lead by Serving
The most effective leaders are servants first. We expect everyone on our team to model a spirit of humility and gratitude toward others. It’s only after we serve that we can expect to lead.
…you must attend our quarterly meetings. They are announced weeks in advance. These are after business hours during the week. We cater in a nice dinner, eat together, recognize special effort, celebrate our accomplishments, review our failures, and describe our plan for the next quarter. These typically go from 5:00 to 8:30ish. They are a fun part of our culture.
…you must adapt to our training and technology. If you are not coachable (meaning if you already know it all), you would not enjoy working on our team. If you are not emotionally flexible enough to learn new technology, you would not enjoy working on our team.