I try to give explanations that are easy to understand the clients can feel at ease
I work as a foreign law attorney at a law firm that has been in Kobe for about 100 years. The majority of requests are related to the preparation of contracts related to local companies' international trade, consultation on troubleshooting, and maritime law.
Trade involves complex laws, and special rules must be taken into account on a case-by-case basis. My work policy is to give explanations that are easy to understand to gain the clients' trust, as this is a field that requires accurate knowledge and experience. I want the clients to entrust me with confidence so that they won’t have any doubts later. This is why I try to think about everything from the client’s perspective and carefully explain technical terms and rules, using words that are easy to understand.
One of the requests we’ve received was checking a contract for a ship that costs billions of yen. Although I was nervous as the work involved a significant amount of money, I was thrilled and relieved when it was completed successfully. I’m grateful that I was entrusted with such a crucial job. I’d like to continue to gain experience as an attorney in Kobe.