RE: OF BAR FINALS AND ASPIRANTS TO THE BAR – A Checklist of Unsolicited Advice

EKAETE HUNTER

“Where no wise guidance is, the people fall, but in the multitude of counselors there is safety.”
Proverbs 11:14 (AMP)

Law school is over Law school is over

The plan was always to have a sequel to the initial post. Now, I am just wondering what to type and how not to end up giving unsolicited advice – loool.

One of my friends was like ‘why not let them make their discoveries first, then they can be advised alongside. Answering questions will give them some expectations, expectations can be risky.’  But Seyi Mafolabomi says ‘It is the simple law of life to have people learn from experiences. And the best form of that is to learn from the experiences of those who have gone before you. Faltering is lesser that way’. And I say I will give you unsolicited advice anyway, with a disclaimer, of course. So the disclaimer goes like this: Remember…

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