Malaysian lawyer shadows JMLS clinics
In Malaysia, divorce rates have increased at a staggering pace in recent years, leaving many women of little means with no way to hire an attorney to represent them.That disparity has driven one 26-year-old attorney to try and start a legal clinic aimed at helping women in family law matters. And if his plans come to fruition, a few clinic leaders at The John Marshall Law School can say they played a part in helping make it …
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