Indonesia is close to law graduate’s heart

26 Nov 2018

Chloe Widmaier is in her first week at law firm Ashurst, and studying at night to finish this semester’s work.

She’ll soon graduate with a Bachelor of Laws with a Diploma of Languages in Chinese.

In her third year of studying Law, Chloe volunteered at the UQ Pro Bono Centre. She helped refugees on Saturdays at a free clinic run by the Uniting Church to understand the process of applying for asylum.

She also interned at law firm Slater and Gordon, working in the military compensation division, and assisted on a submission to the QLD Law Reform Commission to expunge historical gay sex law convictions.

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