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A group of Muslim attorneys, paralegals, and law students has formed the North Carolina Muslim Bar Association to support a burgeoning community of Muslims in the state’s legal profession. In a published North Carolina Lawyers Weekly interview, partner Saad Gul discusses the formation of the new North Carolina Muslim Bar Association, of which he’s a founding member. In the article, Gul states, “We are a small group in North Carolina, but enough to start building bridges with our colleagues. There is the sense of ‘if you build it, they will come’–if there is an organization, maybe more Muslim attorneys would identify themselves.”

To read the full article, visit North Carolina Lawyers Weekly.

 

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