Huaibei News Network Recently, after being recommended by expert committee members and public representatives, Chen Wenwen, a grassroots legal worker in our city, was selected as the "Anhui Good People" list in November 2019.
Chen Wenwen is a legal worker in the Legal Service Office of Linqu Town, Luxi County. In the eyes of everyone, Chen Wenwen is an honest man, and he provides high-quality legal services to every client. Since engaging in grass-roots legal services, he has stood in the eyes of the masses and provided legal aid, civil agency and other legal aid services to recipients in financial difficulties, earning a good reputation among the masses.
"Good things make me very happy." Chen's article summed up the 25 years of public welfare with a very simple sentence. In 1985, Chen Wenwen became a township civil assistant. Because of his love of legal knowledge, he took a self-study exam and obtained a college diploma in law. To combine his expertise with volunteering, he became a legal worker in 1994. Since then he has thought about serving the grassroots people wholeheartedly. He began to devote himself to legal aid to accumulate case experience and knock on the door to legal careers.
Every time Chen Wenwen represents a case, he will solve the problem from the perspective of the masses. He said that as a legal worker, it is necessary to provide people with better and more convenient legal assistance and help them solve their problems in the most appropriate way. In addition to using legal knowledge to find fairness and justice for others, Chen Wenwen, as a "public good", is also a "peacemaker" in the eyes of many people. He has been running to resolve neighborhood conflicts and mediate social disputes. The success rate of mediation reached 85%. Above, people sent the nickname "Chen Tiezui".
Through his preaching, the party's policies and new ideas have been well spread locally; through his mediation, the harmonious relationship between neighbors and folks has been maintained. The article on law and voluntary service has been around for decades, but he is still tireless and still moving forward.
■ Reporter Zou Chenguang