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The case for providing poor people with legal representation for civil lawsuits.


You’ve got people who need lawyers, but can’t afford them. Then you’ve got lawyers who can’t afford to represent people because they don’t have jobs as lawyers. So we do have the lawyer resources to help these people. We need the money.

Lawyer Brian Foley explains how the civil right to counsel movement pushes for equal access to civil law representation.

Brian recommends checking out the work of the National Coalition for a Civil Right to Counsel.

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Brian Foley

Brian J. Foley is a lawyer, comedian and the author of A New Financial You in 28 Days! A 37-Day Plan.


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