When you choose a lawyer, Richard Amari urges you to delve deeply into considerations that do not appear on the surface. Of course, knowledge, dependability, competency, accessibility, resourcefulness, skills, work and professional ethics, integrity, efficiency and cost-effectiveness are all extremely important qualities that should be considered. Less apparent, but equally (or perhaps more) important, are characteristics of humility, friendliness, empathy, spirituality and availability. Some make the mistake of believing that a chest-pounding, loud, brash approach is needed in an adversarial situation. The most effective warrior is the one who accurately assesses his strengths, knows when and who to ask for help, is able to muster necessary resources and allows others to underestimate his abilities.