We are not subjects here, or so the document proclaims.
The question asking if I'm an attorney is very insulting to me. When people throw up such statements it is an attack on the person. Legal knowledge isn't hidden from everybody only to be spoken by those anointed with degrees in the subject. This goes for all professions. We aren't little unprogrammed robots roaming around waiting for instructions from our masters. We have intelligence. We think. We create. We work, we observe, and we all have experiences in life that allow us to grow and thrive. Just because someone doesn't have a degree in something doesn't mean they don't know anything.
The people who can produce results are the ones we need to be listening to, not the do nothing non-producers with numerous letters behind their names. Often I witness common sense and logic being put aside by governments listening to people with degrees. It's really annoying. The case of this social worker in this situation is a prime example.