- A proud young South African candidate attorney recently headed online to share a heartwarming post about her first appearance in court
- In her post, she also celebrates the fact that she just got a scholarship to pursue a Master's degree in law
- Many proud South Africans congratulated her in the comment section of the inspirational post
Hard work, determination, and believing in yourself can really take you to amazing places. A young lady, Prajna Hiralall, recently shared with Facebook page, Varsity World, how following her bliss resulted in her having her very first day in court as a candidate attorney.
In Prajna's heartwarming and motivational post, she also shares the exciting news that she has received a scholarship to pursue her Master's degree in the field of law - absolutely wonderful news for her.
"'My first Court Appearance - 02.03.2021 ⚖️⚖️ & I’ve received a Scholarship to pursue a Masters degree in Law! '- Prajna Hiralall, candidate attorney," Varsity World captioned the photo of her posing proudly in her black attorney robes.
The post received over 700 likes. Many proud South Africans also headed to the comment section to share their well wishes and congratulatory messages with Prajna. Read a few of their thoughtful comments below:
Matimu Kindness said:
"Congratulations, one day it will be me in that black gown. #Inspiration"
Ofentse Baloyi said:
While Linda Ashanti Zantsi simply wrote:
In similar Briefly.co.za news reports, another beautiful young South African woman is proving to other young ladies with dreams that anything is possible if you set your mind to it. Heading to LinkedIn, Azia Adande shared some amazing news - she was just admitted as an attorney of the High Court.
In her highly motivational post, Adande explains that it took her four years to complete her law degree, four board exams and two years of doing her articles but she finally completed it all in the end and can now celebrate being a successful attorney. She also included some beautiful pics of herself looking stunning outside the courthouse.
"4 years of LLB, 4 board exams, and 2 years of articles = Admitted Attorney of the High Court of SA," she wrote happily.
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