Actually I did an alignment test and came out as Lawful Good just now.
Thinking about it, though I'm no more law abiding than I used to be... well, actually yeah, I am quite a lot more than I used to be, but still no angel... I do believe in the concept of law and order, as opposed to chaos.
I mean, lack of law means anarchy, which could mean my stuff gets stolen and broken. I'd rather live in a society that has a strong rule of law than one that has no law. But by the same token, that doesn't mean I respect or abide by any or all laws.
This website I read once, I recall, talked about how a character being of Lawful alignment doesn't necessarily mean that they're law abiding, and they might well fight to overthrow and replace the existing order with one they believe is better.
When it's put that way, I can go for me being lawful more easily.
How about adding to the Fe abilities, that they can raise the target's charisma level if they want to, like if their ally has more knowledge about something than they do, and they need to persuade someone but the Fe character doesn't know the facts, they could sorta big up their ally before they start their speech so everyone will listen to them more.