Launch of Student Chapter of Association of Muslim Accountants and Lawyers
The Student Chapter of the Association of Muslim Accountants and Lawyers (AMAL-SC) held its official launch on UKZN’s Howard College campus in Durban.
AMAL is a non-governmental organisation established in 1984 while the SC is a non-exclusive, multiracial and dynamic student body that seeks to enable legal as well as accounting students to further their career paths by empowering students and facilitating access to holiday work, community service, articles, seminars, among other benefits.
The launch comprised a meet-and-greet interaction between the executive team and everyone attending. Participants included representatives from the Student Representative Council (SRC), SLSJ, Black Lawyers Association (BLA) and the Muslim Students Association (MSA), as well as several lecturers from the School of Law and a representative from the Accounting Discipline on the Westville campus.
The successful event comprised an information desk, an address conducted by the President of the AMAL-SC, Ms Zaynura Jehan Dolley followed by refreshments.
Words by: Zaahirah Bassa