Besides lawyer’s duty to maintain confidential relationship and to protect as secrecy all the information obtained, loyalty to the client is one of the most important ethical commitments. Lawyer's relationship with clients is somehow different from a comparable relationship of other professionals, due to the specifics of his profession. Lawyers can use a variety of approaches while solving problems, presented to them in their relationships with clients, but the chosen way reflects who in this relationship makes decisions. Although the client should be the centre of the lawyer's work and concentration, other interests that seem more important at specific moment, may override client's interests. In addition, while taking over clients and dealing with them, lawyer can often find himself in a situation of conflict of interest, which can have a great impact on the loyalty that is owed. While resolving such conflicts, a lawyer must take in mind relevant legislation and professional ethics, which, however, provide only a vague framework that does not always offer unambiguous and clear solutions. A lawyer must therefore always keep an eye on the ethical side of his profession, be aware of the problematics and actively approach to the resolution of moral and ethical dilemmas in which he finds himself, otherwise he can become mere executor of the client's orders.