The Handshake of Trust

By Judson Vaughn in 

As a client and/or witness in a legal dispute you will naturally be shaking hands with the people you greet during the process. This is often the very first chance you have to establish trust with the person you are greeting (either your own lawyer, or a stranger), as well as establishing instinctual trust with everyone who can see you shaking hands. If you do this right, observers will instinctually think that you are more trustworthy than someone you shakes hands “at arms length.”