Ashlie Alaman returned home Monday after a four day mission trip to Reynosa, Mexico, which is one of the most dangerous towns on the border. She and seven other women from their church delivered food, clothes, sewing machines to 400 migrants in a shelter hoping for asylum in the U.S. Alaman is a "force of nature" in the pro bono world. "I absolutely love being a lawyer ... to help change people’s lives,” she says . . .
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