The Boutique Lawyer Show: Imbibing the importance of community service
Having left Iraq with his family during a period of turbulence, Milad Juma understands full well how fortunate he was to have the opportunities in front of him. It’s something he does not take for granted, and he is adamant about giving back.
In this episode of The Boutique Lawyer Show, host Jerome Doraisamy speaks with PRD Legal principal Milad Juma about his firm’s strategic alignments with not-for-profit organisations, why retention of one’s desire to support the community is so critical, how being a leader in a boutique firm gives one the capacity to make greater contributions to the community, and how he got started on driving his firm to better service the community.
Mr Juma also reflects on being multilingual and how this helps his provision of legal services, the perspective that lawyers can glean from community service, how the pandemic impacted his work in this space, how his firm’s efforts will continue into the future, and how he plans to develop those coming through the ranks and imbibe the importance of community service in them.
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