If you haven’t read the first part, you can do so here.
My Law School Experience 2 Continue reading
Guest post! This will be more interesting to those who want to go to the Nigerian Law School, particularly those that studied in Nigerian universities. This is an account from my friend The Legal Hermit. He also has a blog which you can read here. His law school experience will be posted in segments.
This first segment is about the period leading up to his arrival at the Law School including the long journey he took to Abuja.
When I was younger, I wanted to be many things. I wanted to be a lawyer, a tennis player, a newscaster and so on. I loved writing stories in primary school. My mum always encouraged my writing and printed out the first few chapters of a book I wrote when I was younger. My dad found the diaries I used to write interesting.
Chamber attachment. The second part of the attachment for Bar 2 students. Basically, law students are placed in law firms which should be close to where they live. Mine started with wahala because I could not find it. I was moaning! The cab driver didn’t even know where it was and people in the area didn’t know where it was either. It turned out to be 15 minutes away (without traffic) from where I was staying.
The bar finals are over!!!!!! I thought I would be happier than this. I am happy that I don’t have to drive myself crazy reading but I’m thinking “What will I be doing?” My answer to that… I will be blogging, reading novels, trying not to think about results, resting and all that good stuff.
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