wonk7772461 karma2014-12-04 12:22:06 UTC
More like if a department store had a sale where you could buy a Kit-Kat and a Snickers for less than the price of the Kit-Kat, but you only want a Kit-Kat. Is it unethical to buy the bundle and throw the Snickers out?
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wonk7776 karma2019-10-15 15:06:26 UTC
I'm a lawyer who represents kids in abuse and neglect cases - most in foster care. How long were you in foster care? Did you have an attorney and did they do anything for you? Is there anything you wish an attorney would have/could have done for you while you were in the system that they didn't? Anything that an attorney did for you that was really good or important or meaningful? It's a weird and fucked-up system and there's a lot of bad lawyering on all sides of that system - I'm always looking for ways to do better.
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