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Мне всег­да нра­вилось ра­ботать с людь­ми, по­это­му еще в шко­ле я оп­ре­дели­ла для се­бя эту сте­зю. Это, дей­стви­тель­но, очень ин­те­рес­но по­нять внут­ренние цен­ности че­лове­ка, его стрем­ле­ния, це­ли. По­нима­ние лю­дей есть ключ к дос­ти­жению эф­фектив­ности их ра­боты. Далее…

Я клянусь говорить только правду (эссе юриста)

I pro­mise to tell the truth, the who­le truth and not­hing but the truth.

Years of de­velo­ping my in­tellec­tu­al ca­paci­ty for my aca­demic in­te­rests, wan­ting to hold pri­vile­ge jobs and le­aders­hip po­siti­ons in the fu­ture, I ha­ve a sen­se of pur­po­se and un­wa­vering de­dica­ti­on in do­ing the most with the op­portu­niti­es ava­ilab­le.

La­wy­ers ha­ve be­en my en­du­ring ins­pi­rati­on. The pre­sent world is a ve­ry comp­lex pla­ce and so­me, who do not re­cog­ni­se the in­ner wor­kings of a sys­tem can be bow­led over on­to the right track by so­me­one who knows the ro­pes bet­ter- the La­wy­ers- the ex­perts at na­viga­ting the con­fu­sing day-to-day li­ving. Mi­nute ad­just­ments in the po­siti­on and con­di­ti­on of the corp­se might pro­ve to be conc­lu­sive as to cli­ent’s in­no­cen­ce or gu­ilt in a mur­der in­vesti­gati­on. Law is plun­ging in­to depth of de­ta­il, and for me, it wo­uld be cap­ti­vating to work in an area whe­re I can ma­ke a po­siti­ve im­pact upon pe­op­le.

I ha­ve a well-es­tabli­shed re­cord of outs­tan­ding suc­cess in ext­ra-cur­ri­cular ac­ti­viti­es,ca­using my ac­hi­eve­ments to be­come mo­re cre­dib­le. Ha­ving wor­ked at a ci­ty firm of so­lici­tors, spe­ci­ali­sing in com­merci­al li­tiga­ti­on, con­ve­yan­cing and mat­ri­moni­al Law, it ga­ve me a use­fulin­sight in­to not just the or­di­nary and ro­uti­ne as­pects of work for La­wy­ers but how Law is app­li­ed and the le­gal pro­cess in prac­ti­ce. I ob­served cli­ent con­sulta­ti­ons, I had an at­tempt to draft le­gal do­cuments and lar­ge­ly, pro­of­re­ading va­ri­ous let­ters. In ad­di­ti­on, I ha­ve vi­sited a num­ber of ca­ses at the Crown, Ma­gist­ra­tes and Co­un­ty Co­urts at ava­ilab­le ti­me as a ref­lecti­on of my de­ep and pas­si­ona­te in­te­rest. I am a re­gular re­ader of «The La­wy­er» and cur­rent­ly at No. 3 on the le­ader­bo­ard at the­lawy­er2b.com for my «La­wy­er ins­tinct». I ha­ve at­tended an in­tensi­ve Pre­Law co­ur­se in Ox­ford, run by a te­am of bar­risters and so­lici­tors. This en­ligh­te­ned me to the comp­le­xiti­es, yet the be­nefits of pur­su­ing a Law deg­ree; pre­sen­ting le­gal and et­hi­cal di­lem­mas, the cross-exa­mina­ti­on and the li­fe of a La­wy­er.

Along­si­de my ent­hu­si­asm for the Law, I ha­ve com­mitted to nu­mero­us, Law-re­lated ac­ti­viti­es wit­hin my Sixth-Form Col­le­ge, such as, par­ti­cipa­ting in the De­bating So­ci­ety, the Na­ti­onal Youth Par­li­ament and last­ly, pro­posing a po­siti­on as the pro­secu­ting bar­rister in the Na­ti­onal Bar Mock Tri­al Com­pe­titi­on. I ha­ve al­so spo­ken to the Po­lish Pre­sident which was an int­ri­gu­ing ex­pe­ri­en­ce. I find my­self a suc­cess­ful stu­dent in edu­cati­on, and in en­rich­ments. Ho­wever, I wish to inc­re­ase this ex­tensi­ve va­ri­ety of ac­ti­viti­es and ex­pe­ri­en­ce a mi­ni-pu­pil­la­ge.





My non-aca­demic in­te­rests sco­pe from Bha­rat­na­ty­am dan­cing (In­di­an Clas­si­cal dan­cing) to re­ading fic­ti­on. I al­so ta­ke ple­asu­re in swim­ming from an ear­ly age, pla­ying the pi­ano and at­tending dra­ma club, all of which has ta­ught me to be­come a so­ci­al in­di­vidu­al as well as a high­ly de­ter­mi­ned stu­dent.

Cur­rent­ly stu­dy­ing a wi­de ran­ge of A-Le­vel co­ur­ses will enab­le me to be­come an all-ro­un­ded La­wy­er. Mat­he­matics inc­re­ases my lo­gic, So­ci­olo­gy helps me un­ders­tand the wor­kings of the so­ci­al sys­tem aro­und us, Che­mist­ry gi­ves me ana­lyti­cal, sci­en­ti­fic and prac­ti­cal skills and last­ly, the Eng­lish Lan­gu­age co­ur­se shar­pens my writ­ten and oral skills.

For no one, no mat­ter how self-suf­fi­ci­ent and aca­demi­cal­ly gif­ted, it is not easy to go thro­ugh the to­ugh­ness of be­ing a La­wy­er. Ha­ving the ap­ti­tude to co­pe, I be­li­eve I will be a thri­ving wo­man for this up­co­ming ge­nera­ti­on in the Law. Un­li­ke ma­ny app­li­cants of the Law, I ha­ve ack­now­ledged the draw­backs of what I am del­ving in­to from first-hand ex­pe­ri­en­ce and re­se­arch I ha­ve ac­qui­red, to ma­ke a well-in­formed de­cisi­on. Ho­wever, it had streng­the­ned my re­sol­ve to re­ad Law, rat­her than to ret­re­at.

In the end, li­fe is not abo­ut aiming for per­fecti­on. It is abo­ut how my ac­comp­lis­hments can be­nefit the li­ves of ot­hers, and pre­va­iling in even the most dif­fi­cult of cir­cums­tan­ces in or­der to re­ali­se the true re­war­ding fe­eling that’s gre­at­ly sa­tis­fy­ing.

Has the ju­ry re­ac­hed a ver­dict?

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