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ATC Plus: What it's really like to be a criminal lawyer

Ljupka Subeska, also known as LJ, is a criminal lawyer and Principal at Astoria Lawyers in Sydney.


For this episode, she is here to take us behind the curtain and see how a criminal lawyer prepares for a case, as well as to debunk some common misconceptions about her job.


This interview is led by veteran broadcast journalist (and friend of Australian True Crime), Ashlea Hansen.


Click here to learn more about LJ

Click here to learn more about Ashlea Hansen


For Support: 

Lifeline  on 13 11 14

13 YARN on 13 92 76 (24/7 crisis support phone line for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples)

1800RESPECT: 1800 737 732


CREDITS:

Host: Ashlea Hansen

Guest: Ljupka Subeska

Executive Producer/Editor: Matthew Tankard


GET IN TOUCH:

https://www.australiantruecrimethepodcast.com/

Follow the show on Instagram @australiantruecrimepodcast and Facebook 

Email the show at AusTrueCrimePodcast@gmail.com

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