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Serial Fiction: Legal Aid - Part Three

After *cough* too long of a delay, here is the third and final installment of Legal Aid. I tried to catch and distill what working high volume low-pay law is like. Amazing work is done but there is also the very real limitations on resources and options. Also the security issues. I'll share a bit more on the other side.

Just wandering in? You can find Part One here and Part Two here:

“You owe me, Sinclair.” My boss took the one comfortable chair on the other side of my desk. “Challenge accepted. What’s up?” “Two things. First, Richardson Oil is willing to comp an executive suite for the weekend. One of their board members also sits on our board. They keep a floor at the ParkshireBuilding for visitors. Once I promised that their name would be on top of the sponsor banner for the rest of the year at no extra charge, they jumped at the chance to be altruistic.” “The Parkshire? Can I stay with her?” “Not even on a bet. I also called in some big markers. After the protective order hear…

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