“When you give someone help, when they feel as if you’ve been kind, you’ve been attentive to their needs, and that you’ve done quality legal work for them, they are willing and even happy to pay.” —Jamie Sutton
In this week’s podcast episode, Sam talks with Jamie Sutton, a third-year law student who has already started his own sliding-scale nonprofit law firm.
Jamie Sutton is the vice-president of Justice Unlocked, a non-profit organization that provides low-cost legal services for clients unable to afford attorneys.
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|Published:||August 23, 2016|
The Lawyerist Podcast is a weekly show about lawyering and law practice hosted by Sam Glover and Aaron Street.
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