My Story: 11 Years Post-Call to Bar

My Story

21st May 2008, I was called as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria.

After 5 years in University, and 1 year in Law School, this wasn’t just a dream come true for me, it was another feather in my cap.

My parents were elated, my friends were proud of me, and I was fulfilled.

I didn’t stop. I carved a niche for myself in Corporate Practice and proceeded to obtain a Master’s Degree in Corporate & Commercial Law from the prestigious University of London.

London, United Kingdom

I was thereafter offered a provisional admission to do a Ph.D., however, Yours Truly has got her mind on a Harvard Degree. 💁🏻‍♀️👩🏻‍🎓

You see, this thing called life? Once you set out to succeed, the universe will reinforce to help you achieve your goals.

Today, l look back and I am truly thankful. My journey hasn’t been without challenges, nevertheless, I have triumphed through it all.

As I turn 35 in a few days, I am delighted that this little girl with dreams became a woman with a vision.

They say you measure the size of the accomplishment by the obstacles you had to overcome to reach your goals.

11 years and still counting.

My Story! My Life! 

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3 comments

  1. It’s amazing how you juggle law, blogging and travelling.
    You’ve motivated me to chase my dreams because I know that even if it doesn’t make much sense at first, things will surely sum up in the end.
    HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

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