Robin Aston praised in National Kuala Lumpur Newspaper

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Astons Solicitors’ Senior Partner Robin Aston was cited in a National Kuala Lumpur newspaper last weekend by a key figure in the Malaysian Government.

Datuk Seri Idris Jala is currently a senior Government minister and CEO of Permandu (the Performance Management and Delivery Unit.) The article entitled ‘enduring lessons from first job’ describes Jala’s early career when he worked for Shell and praises Robin Aston as one of the “bosses” who “gave not only real job challenges but also taught me to be completely thorough.” Thoroughness continues to be at the heart of Astons Solicitors’ work ethic.