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8th July, 2016

Michael Lemmy conducts advocacy training in South Africa

"Three of our trainers have just returned from South Africa where they have assisted with the first National Pupillage Advocacy Training Programme organised by the country's General Council of the Bar (GCB). This inaugural training was supported by funding from the Magna Carta Fund for Human Rights and Democracy. The training was led by Michael Lemmy, Ijeoma Omambala and Louise McCullough."

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