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A graduate from the College of Law and Jurisprudence (FU – CLJ) recently participated in the immersion program for lawyers and law graduates at the Department of Justice (DoJ) from April 3 to May 12.

Atty. Gesta Riva A. Gamo, a recent bar passer and part of FU – CLJ Batch 2016, joined the 7th batch of the Volunteer Paralegal Immersion Program organized by the DoJ – Office of the Secretary.

Out of the more than 200 applications from all over the country, Atty. Gamo emerged as one of the 37 who were chosen to be part of the six-week volunteer program that gave an opportunity for participants to see all facets of the operations at the Office of the DoJ Secretary and its agencies.

As part of the program gains, all the paralegals who passed the bar got an offer to work for the DoJ and has the option to accept or turn down the said job offer.

Atty. Gamo was the sole participant of the program who hailed from Negros Oriental.