I always wanted to attend a Law school in London, and for me it had to be King's. I chose King's because of the rich history of the university and the many great minds that have walked through the academic halls of here. It has not been disappointing as I have been challenged and sharpened by the academic professors of the Law school.
My most challenging and easily most rewarding experience came in the form of an International Investment moot - I was given the opportunity to represent King's in an LLM moot despite being an LLB student. The reward was breathtaking as my teammates and I triumphed emphatically, taking home 4 out of the available 5 awards - a first in the history of the competition. More importantly, I made a host of friends along the way and my teammates are like family. I would never have had such a unique and rewarding experience but for the professors of Law at King’s and my coaches. This embodies what Kings is all about - creating opportunities to mould tomorrow's leaders. Upon graduation, I'll embark on a training contract whilst working on an LLM in International Investment Law.
However, it's not all work and no play at King's; King's students sure know how to play hard - Wednesday night is sports' night in the student bar where most students gather over pints to celebrate the forthcoming weekend. There are also several sporting societies to get involved in such as Football, Rugby, American football, and Boxing, both for males and females.
It has been an amazing 3 years and I am thoroughly enriched by this experience. My advice to those thinking about King’s is that everyday here is an opportunity to do something special; those that take this opportunity are forever changed.
All good things must come to an end, but I look forward to being a part of the King's tradition as I embark on my professional career.