Driven by desire to help those in need of pro bono aid

Mr Ashvin Hariharan has taken on more than 30 pro bono cases since he took on his first in April 2019. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Growing up, Mr Ashvin Hariharan spent Saturday mornings in the office of his father who works as a shipping lawyer, but he took a different path after he was called to the Bar in 2018.

"I grew up in a law environment but what fascinated me was being a criminal defence lawyer," the 29-year-old lawyer told Insight yesterday.

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