Why do attorneys often use the title “Esquire” in their business cards and letterheads?
Because the kinds of attorneys who use “Esquire’ are conceited and pretentious.
There’s a great article about this on abovethelaw.com entitled “Get Over Yourself and Stop Calling Yourself Esquire”:
In a similar vein, you’ll see attorneys that will refer to themselves as “Senior Litigator,” or “Lead Litigator” or “Lead Counsel” that are self-ascribed titles that mean nothing.
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