Listed as "Amal Clooney" on the website for her London-based firm, Doughty Street Chambers, the George's new bride seems to be settling in nicely to the surname. She's also settling into her new life, one that can bring attention to certain causes, like one of the world's largest property disputes.
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Fresh off her honeymoon with her new husband, Amal headed to Greece to meet with officials about legal options pertaining to long-running bid to gain back control over a collection of Greek marble structures from a London museum.
The structures, removed from the famed Acropolis, have been the center of controversy for the past 200 years ago, but the fight has again come to the forefront, thanks, in part, to Amal's involvement.
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"The media frenzy and uproar alone will be beneficial [for Greece]," a senior government official told People magazine, speaking on condition of anonymity because of his proximity to the talks. "It will recast international attention on the case and the injustice that has been done."
Amal isn't expected to begin talks immediately, but that didn't stop television crews from staking out the airport, waiting for her arrival.
It's unclear whether Athens will retain Amal and her London-based firm, but for now, the firm is simply there to talk about Greece's "legal options," the magazine reported.