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    Feeling ashamed after letting my client down in a civil case

    I am a lawyer by profession. In one of my recent cases, I lost the case and thus let my client down. It was a property related civil case. Now i am feeling really ashamed of myself and not able to show my face to my client as he had so much expectations from me. What should I do to overcome such a setback?

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    Re: Feeling ashamed after letting my client down in a civil case

    hi
    as it is the early phase of your career, you do not need to get tensed as this is the learning period of yours.
    Therefore rather than going into depression or feeling low with yourself, you should concentrate on your weakness that let you down in the previous case, therefore try getting into touch with the senior member of your firm which can help you out in recognizing the mistakes that you have made in the previous case, so that you can improvise and do well in your field for the next cases you handle

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