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    I was inspired to apply to this Law firm because of its involvement in a case, but one of the lawyers working with this law firm was convicted of using fraudulent information, and the firm said they regretted getting involved.

    Is it safe to mention this inspired me to join their firm because of the firm's MOTIVES in helping poor people?

    I'm a touched confused.

    Is the firm's involvement in the case and the 'lawyer's' fraudulent behaviour linked? - in other words, did the 'lawyer's' fraudulent behaviour occur during the case?

    What did the firm regret? Being involved in that particular case? Being involved in that type of case? Being involved in a case whereby fraudulent behaviour was discovered?

    Regardless of the above, if the firm regularly works on 'helping the poor' then can't you use another case/example that didn't involve fraudulent activity?

    I would not refer by name to a matter which has toxic connections

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