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Student Contribution: Women's Breakthrough in the Egyptian Legal Field
ADSERO takes pride in encouraging and fostering the talents of young legal practitioners. We achieve so by providing guidance, educational support, and, most importantly, a knowledge-sharing platform. Therefore, we proudly present our latest student contribution titled "Women's Breakthrough in the Egyptian legal field," written by Malak Amer and Hind Yehia, law students at Cairo University.
To access the article, click on the attachment below.