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  • He survived foster care system, now fights for foster kids

    Miles Cooley was in foster care as a kid and survived with the help of a few adults. Now, he is a Los Angeles lawyer to celebrities, but returns to Sacramento to advocate for kids who are where he once was.

Miles Cooley was in foster care as a kid and survived with the help of a few adults. Now, he is a Los Angeles lawyer to celebrities, but returns to Sacramento to advocate for kids who are where he once was. Dan Morain The Sacramento Bee
Miles Cooley was in foster care as a kid and survived with the help of a few adults. Now, he is a Los Angeles lawyer to celebrities, but returns to Sacramento to advocate for kids who are where he once was. Dan Morain The Sacramento Bee

He was an orphan. Now he’s a lawyer to the stars on a mission to help foster kids

May 05, 2017 12:11 PM