“Changing the Story” On average, 86 percent of law students graduate with six-figure debt. Without help, that debt drives many graduates into the corporate world of billable hours and high-powered law firms. The result - millions of lower income Americans lack legal help when they need it the most. Along comes an organization called the Support Center for Child Advocates in Philadelphia. It gives local attorneys a second chance to use their law degree for good. A volunteer lawyer program for abused and neglected children, the Support Center for Child Advocates and its more than 330 pro bono attorneys are helping kids overcome some of the most difficult circumstances of their lives. Matching legal talent with human need, the Support Center for Child Advocates is achieving justice for the most vulnerable among us - and giving new purpose to lawyers across Philadelphia.