You cannot judge someone until you walk around in their shoes.
Now Mrs. Dubose, your flowers look mighty fine this year.
Will You take the case?
Protective and nonjudgemental is displayed through Atticus' speech throughout the story. From telling Scout to never judge someone before walking in their shoes to telling his son to go home when they're in a dangerous situation.
By distracting Mrs. Dubose from being rude to the children by complementing her flowers shows how kind Atticus can actually be.
Atticus believes everyone deserves a fair chance and decides to show his fairness by taking Tom's case.
Atticus is a sophisticated man that wears glasses and always has his brief case organized.
We can conclude from the given text out of the book that Atticus can be described as protective, nonjudgemental, kind, fair, sophisticated, and organized.