Broken Trust: Getting Justice for a Sexually Groomed and Sexually Abused Young Athlete.
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This article describes the legal advocacy skills a plaintiff’s attorney needs to conduct a lawsuit and bring it to a conclusion, all the while being highly sensitive to the client’s unique psychological needs.
Leger, Andrew J., Jr. and Pollack, Daniel. (19 July 2019). Broken Trust: Getting Justice For A Young Athlete. The New York Law Journal.
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