For Lindsay Harris, a contract attorney for Morrison & Foerster, a recent trip to Dharmsala, India, to document the stories of young Tibetan refugees proved wrenching.

October marked the second time Harris had traveled to Dharmsala on behalf of the Berkeley-based International Committee of Lawyers for Tibet, a nonprofit agency that advocates self-determination for the Tibetan people.

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