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Tulane brings Panama free legal advice

3 years 2 months 2 weeks ago November 02, 2013 Nov 2, 2013 Saturday, November 02 2013 November 02, 2013 12:45 PM in News
By: AP

NEW ORLEANS - Tulane law students are working to bring free legal advice to residents of rural communities.

Tulane Law School's International Law Society, this holiday season, will be running a free legal clinic in the Darien Province of Panama through a student-run non-profit called Global Brigades.

Twenty students will volunteer their legal skills and time to help communities overcome obstacles to justice, working under local counsel to address severe civil issues through legal workshops and individualized counseling.

Contributors can give to their effort by Internet at http://www.empowered.org/Tulane-Law-Scholl-HR-Brigade-January-2014-Panama

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