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Meet the lawyers sending waves of charity to impoverished Indonesian families.

The stereotypical surfer image is one of a sun-tanned “dude” with dreadlocks who lives out of his van; somewhat at odds with suit-wearing corporate lawyers.

Yet the lawyers from the Australasian Surfing Lawyers Association (ALSA) are having a swell time flipping this stereotype on its head. Led by lawyer Matthew Warburton and barrister Peter Strain, ALSA offers free membership to lawyers who surf or want to learn to surf.

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