Changing Traditions Through International Law with Dr. Fatemah Albader - 194

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01-04-2021 • 56 mins

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Lawyers are often exposed to a variety of people from all walks of life. At some point in your career, you may encounter a case that requires you to have a deeper understanding of a different cultural background. Situations like this make international law handy for any lawyer in any field. It is also a good learning opportunity to further your career.

In this episode, Dr. Fatemah Albader joins Moshe Amsel to talk about issues concerning international law. She also discusses the importance of electing women into power and slowly breaking tradition for positive change.

If you want to know more about women’s rights and different international issues, then this episode is for you.

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