My Experience: Crime and Capital Murder in Practice- American Legal System

January 12, 2018

I entered law school with my feet set at the start line, pumped that I had been accepted into my university of choice, slightly pompous with the falsehood of how much I thought I knew, ready to dive into the vibrant opportunities that student life had to offer. There was a vastness of freedom, everything […]

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Farmer Service

December 17, 2017

The state of a person’s hands say so much. Because hands are a feature of beauty, used to comfort and caress yet also a feature of efficiency that elevate us far above our mammalian counterparts. For two weeks in the town of Istiaias, Greece I chose to forsake the manicure and get my hands wet, […]

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Taking Steps

December 10, 2017

It isn’t easy, setting yourself a task and mustering the power to get it done. It’s like standing in the center of a stadium and looking up at the thousands of steps to be climbed before reaching the peek. But every Everest is channeled by the pressure of mighty plates pushing them into existence. Every […]

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November 26, 2017

There’s something noble about wearing a black gown, something scholarly about the square topped cap marking the resolution of years of study. My journey began with an application form and a character capped personal statement. I made an effort to write a memorable statement, got my a-levels and was delighted to be accepted into my […]

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