date of publication:
June 10, 2021 8:30 GMT
Update date: June 10, 2021 10:00 GMT
Saudi lawyer Ibrahim Al-Tarifi told the story of his conversion from a medical school to law, and how a comedy movie by Egyptian artist Adel Imam prompted him to make this decision. Al-Tarifi said in
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Al-Tarifi said in a video report to the local newspaper, Al-Watan, that “he was accepted into the Faculty of Medicine at Arar University in 2008, but the transportation and poor transportation at that time, and the lack of flights to Arar, prompted him to give up studying medicine, so he decided to switch to Computer study.
He added that “one night, he was watching the movie “Avocado” by Adel Imam, and at that time the idea came to him, and he began to imagine himself pleading in cases, and decided on the basis of that to go to the study of law.”
Al-Tarifi confirmed that he has “worked on 700 cases so far, and about 600 agencies,” noting that “this is an indication of the increasing societal awareness of the importance of the lawyer and his role in society,” stressing that the lawyer must be patient with his clients, who wish to “dismissal.” about their problems.