Foley & Small Philosophy
At Foley & Small we take seriously how we practice law and how we treat and serve our clients. Listed below are the pillars upon which we rest our practice and our code of conduct.
Selflessness – Putting the interest of our clients first.
Skill – Handling our client’s case with knowledge, skill and experience.
Trustworthiness – Doing the right thing for our clients – all the time.
Discipline – Doing what needs to be done for our clients – with no short cuts
Compassion – Treating our clients like family - with understanding and care
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