And the above insignificant details leads me to the most bizarre question of all- How were 5 years of law school for you?
The only words that come to my mind are ‘numb’ and ‘disoriented’.
I can’t really say, 5 years were candy floss; but a bone-shaking ride for sure. I took up law because I’d heard
I am forced to experience a carnival of emotions in my mind: right from being too sentimentally attached to this place in order to leave, to the anticipation, excitement and fear about the life ahead. By Arushi Singh, NLIU Bhopal
The next morning, when the Seed woke up, he was greeted by the House with a loud "Hello Kid"!
The seed managed to squeak a "Hello Sir"! And then, on a sudden realisation, he cried "Ah! I am in pain".
"You are turning into a Plant", said the House, "Any transformation takes pain and time" By
I've learnt one thing, and that's to quit worrying about stupid things. You have five years to be irresponsible here, relax. Work is for people with jobs. You'll never remember class time, but you'll remember the time you wasted hanging out with your friends. So stay out late. Spend
This thought again brings me back to the question that what I am going to do next and voila! The feeling of uncertainty and confusion is back. But just as law says – “Truth and Justice shall find its way through obstacles”, I definitely hope so would I.
Stories that we hear, make us.
What about the stories that happen to you, in your 5 years of law school?
Very few of them have been written. Not many of them have been heard.
Each one of us has a story and these stories need to be told!
BEFORE YOU PASS-OUT FROM COLLEGE!