Deaf students visit lawyer office in Tokyo

May 8, 2015  
Deaf lawyer Wakabayashi tells 
the students about his experience

Twenty-three students of Tokyo Metropolitan School for the Deaf visited the Tokyo Lawyers' Office as a part of their independent activity on May 8.

Lawyer Wakabayashi Ryo, who is deaf, spoke using sign language mainly about his personal experience that led to his current job: why he wanted to be a lawyer, study method during the high school days, a memory of a seminar in the law department when he was a graduate student that he discussed using a chat, etc.

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