The last big case my lawyer brother handled before his untimely death in an auto accident involved bullying in his local school system.
A young female high school student had been victimized by a male contemporary, or so her parents contended, and because they could get no satisfaction from the school authorities, they turned to Mike.
Mike’s partners thought the matter had merit but would be difficult and drawn out. He agreed but shrugged that off and, as was usual for him, saw a chance to correct an injustice. His determination doubled after his efforts to bring closure to the matter were hamstrung by recalcitrant school officials who failed several times to resolve it — and none too politely at that.