Attorneys write a client opinion letter to a client to give legal opinions or to repeat case related information previously discussed with the client. In this week’s learning activities, you were introduced to the purpose and use of client opinion letters. Please respond to all of the following prompts:
- What are the most important factors to remember when drafting a client letter?
- How might an attorney commit an ethics violation when writing to a client?
- If you had to draft a letter to a client when you knew there was a good chance of the client losing her case, how would you go about drafting the letter?
- Does your state’s bar association have rules that govern an attorney’s letter to a client?