Yes, I've completed and ended my life as a law student last year. August 2012 was a historical month for me.
|Result from this University here. Yippee....|
Yes, altogether not-that-happy. My results were not what I've expected, but hey, life goes on. Right? Right?
|I've wanted to show you my Graduation photo...|
...but I did not attend any.
Yes, there was some problems back at home that prevented me from attending my once-in-a-lifetime graduation ceremony. But, it is not that bad.REALLY NOT THAT BAD. So, instead, I am going to show you some pictures from Google.
To begin with, we have...
|A very cute picture of people graduating...|
Then, we have...
|Professors telling us the LAST advice which inadvertently does NOT correspond well into |
And lastly, SIX months later...
|This is what I have come to realize...|
It is the reality of life, though. Sometimes, Q.L. and I "lamented" the "worthiness" of a law degree certificate without the CLP. Apparently, learning from my experience, the degree is useless.
However, my decision to take a gap year after my graduation remains unchanged. Not to be regretted, really. After three years of studying, I felt unusually tired of law and hence comes the reason of taking a leave from it.
You may ask, how long? Truth to be told, I don't know myself. Maybe a year. Maybe ten years. Maybe forever.
Then, you may ask... How could this blog be named "365 days x 3 of Law" if the blogger retire from Law completely? That is why the "x3" is there. That's the years of studies I've needed to complete my studies.