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|TX||Eligible To Practice In Texas||1982||04/01/2017|
|Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1982|
Posted by V. N
First time meeting Mr. Chu I did not get a good impression of him. I and a family member arrived at his office for consultation. Although, we arrived on time for our appointment we still had to wait for awhile until his meeting with a previous client is finished, which is understandable since important meetings should not be rushed. However, our turn had eventually been procceeded to meet him; a friendly extension of his handshake was not offered, no introduction from his part, a high-mighty attitude or behavior was displayed along with his open-collar loose dark shirt. Perharps, that was his norm of dressing in his office or getting ready for drinks at a high-class bar later, which it was perfectly fine, he deserves to relax with his hard working ethics here and there. It seemed like he already became a judgemental upon us stepping into his office based on his leaned back chair sitting behavior. We presented him a small case (not serious) and wanted to hear from a professional legal aspect. An overcharging fee of 20-25 minutes of consultation, he complied to us of contacting him if we had further legal questions. Later on that day, we called him for a question and sounded like we interrupted him. He claimed he would call us back, but never did. I have met attorneys of similar fields department with high credentials in the past, but their professionalism and positive attitude well exceeded William Chu's.
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