On one side, 14 of America’s largest companies; on the other, a scrappy small town attorney and the sister of an opioid addict.
This is the story of a fight between rural West Virginians and the drug distributors that profited from their suffering. At the center is an unfortunately dying breed: small town lawyers.
If we want to attract new lawyers to these rural legal deserts, it’ll take a larger policy response than tax breaks and student loan relief. Do we have the stomach for what’s really needed?
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Ben Cutting is a legal expert and writer with over 30 years of experience in the field of law. Throughout his career, Ben Cutting has worked on a wide range of legal cases. He is passionate about educating people on their legal rights and helping them navigate the complexities of the legal system.