[quote]An aspiring lawyer must undergo extreme pressures
in law school which include rounds of graded recitations and difficult examinations.
Law students must study and understand codal provisions and applicable
jurisprudence. After graduation, one has to hurdle the bar exams. There is no
shortcut in passing the bar. If you want to pass, you have to study smartly and
devote your time and energy to studying. You also have to practice writing neatly,
legibly and fast and with good grammar. You also have to keep abreast with the
latest updates in law and jurisprudence. [quote]
I've read this lines from an Ateneo Law grad... I forgot her name. She has a tragic death. Na publish itong writing niya sa Inquirer. Bumagsak siya sa first take niya kasi cramming siya. Second take pumasa na siya. Her story is very inspiring.
Look na lang sa inq.net.
Born or made I don't care. I just want to pass the bar sa first take for my family's hapiness and to secure my future. Sayang pera, sayang pagod, sayang oras kaya dapat siguraduhing pasado.
But most of the time I think there are two kinds of lawyers. Pag first take ka.. Born to becoma a lawyer ka. Kumbaga destined to become a lawyer. Nasa womb pa lang sila, itinakda na ng diyos na maging abogado siya. YUng mga repeaters They are made. Kumbaga pinagbigyan sila ng diyos at wag nating kalilimutan ang kasabihang "WE ARE THE ONE MAKING OUR OWN DESTINY" But it doesnt matter, so long as the person is a GOOD lawyer.