“Expressing yourself politically—both online and in the workplace—can be nerve racking as a law student. Sure, lawyers are often politically and socially active. But how should you address your passionate views when a job is at stake?”
DEF Attorney Daniel C. Kniffen along with legal editor and human resource consultant Michael Jacobson give insight into the ethics of politics in the office. The article originally appeared in the November/December 2016 Issue of the ABA’s Student Lawyer Magazine and reposted with permission from American Bar Association Law Student Division.
Dan Kniffen has been practicing for 30 years and focuses his practice primarily on Workers’ Compensation and Employment Law. Because of his extensive experience in both of these areas, he specializes in guiding clients through the often complex interactions between the two in both litigation and in risk management.