14 January 2009

Law School so far

Graduation on its way..on its way.. Well, the thought of graduation seems to be on the mind of every 3rd year law student.. and yet...graduation is on its way...

My three years @ law school has been fascinating... Great exposure to the saying, law is an arse.. being a student of the subject, the passion for the subject makes the better of you at times of crisis. With the sword of a 2:1 hanging over your head, you can't help but face the world... the sword is the difference between a TC or a Pupillage and a Drink Degree.... well, one can keep ranting on and on...

My year three has been a mixed bag...the sword of a 2:1 continues to hang.. Having made my intentions to pursue a career at the Bar, I have 120 days to come up with an action plan of dodging the sword...and hope that graduation is on its way....

Looking forward to a scinsilating 120 days ahead... As there is an old chinese curse, may you live through interesting times!!!

12 comments:

Solicitors-in said...

It is shame you didn't keep the blog past graduation ...

Jack.Newman said...

So it seems i'm the only person who hasn't offered you a website to go to! But I really enjoyed reading your blog, and good luck for the future!

Internal Optimist said...

Still curious to know what happened next mate - did you move onto the Bar?

DJ Ollie said...

Great blog...are you guys on twitter? Added you to my blogroll, look forward to chatting with you in future.

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London solicitors said...

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Mike said...

You must have really enjoyed law school huh? Well, it’s been years so, I’m guessing you had a successful graduation? Good for you. You’re probably busy now with your work at a very prestigious law firm. Please tell us the details. I’d love to hear about what went next for you.

Mike Clark

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