Am going to pose a question today, and then answer it later on in the week.
Once we move to care proceedings concluding in 26 weeks, with the new PLO, how many care cases would a lawyer doing NOTHING but care cases for parents, and not doing the advocacy on the cases themself, have to hold in a year, in order to make minimum wage?
What about if they wanted to earn the national average wage?
Is there a viable economic future for care lawyers who don’t do their own advocacy? How full does their filing cabinet have to be to make that work?
“these ladies aren’t starving to death. They make minimum wage. You know, I used to work minimum wage and when I did I wasn’t lucky enough to have a job the society deemed tipworthy.” – Mr Pink