Law Personal Statement
I believe law is relevant to everyday life as we live within a legal framework which controls every aspect and important decisions of our life.
Due to my curiosity regarding the framework and how it controls and plays an essential role in the changing nature of society and its people, inspired me to pursue this subject at higher education. A course visit to The Royal Courts of Justice motivated me to delve more on different types of law that are practised and I found family law interesting.
Presently I am studying Advanced Diploma in Society, Health and Development (SHAD) which explores all aspects of the social services, health, children and young adults' care and community justice sectors.
Studying the SHAD diploma has widened my knowledge on the importance of legislations in the workplace, partnership working and safeguarding and protecting individuals and society, as well developing my personal learning and thinking skills. My essay writing skills, analysing texts and selecting appropriate method for research are developed thoroughly by conducting the extended project on child abuse.
I have proved myself to be a dedicated student as I was a student prefect in secondary school and always volunteered at the school events. Even in college I volunteered to be a student ambassador to help out for open days and other events. Taking part in college activities helped me to achieve the Jack Petchey Award for my outstanding achievement.
Outside my academic studies, I like to surf the internet in my spare time for interesting facts to broaden my knowledge in every aspect of life. Recently I have become very passionate about finding out as much possible on The New World Order and Freemasons which was developed after reading Dan Brown's Angels and Demons and The Lost symbol.
Ever since I left school I dedicated most of my spare time gaining experiences in various work fields. As I had opportunity to gain experience in business field as I took part in employability day and from there I was chosen out of hundred students to participate in one week's business challenge week which was sponsored by Windsor fellowship.
Not only was I part of this, but I was also part of a young enterprise team which consisted of being a finance manager of our company. We had a little retailing company of jewellery and we did so well that we were chosen to enter for the competition. I also volunteered as a library assistant in 2008 summer holidays.
College has been an important and exciting part of my life. I have made the most of all the opportunities that have been presented to me. However, I am ready to move on to the next stage of my education and look forward to university with enthusiasm and high levels of commitment. I understand LLB Law will be an extremely competitive and demanding course nevertheless I am ready to take upon all the challenges that this course has to offer.