Mylove for law steams from my interest in justice, development and rewards. Formany years now the Human behaviour has been changing over the decades and wehave been discovering ways to adapt to our surroundings, ways to create abetter and safe living environment. In sayings so we created a foundation thatpeople used to develop themselves as a person, this foundation allows one tofeel free, to be treated with equality and fairness, which can be labelled asour Human rights. On a day to day basis our Human rights are definitely a majorproblem that we face currently in many different societies across the UK, Lawhas continuously throughout time been able to rightly justify the actions ofpeople to a great amount of satisfaction while dealing with underlying issuesappropriately. Therefore, I have decided to chase a career in this field as Iwould be able directly practise Law in the act to help others in times ofdifficulties. Moreover, by studying Law I strongly believe it will better myjudgment and reasoning skills as an individual which in the future wouldimprove my morality and virtues.
My interest in studying Law has lead me todo some independent research into several different outstanding and successful attorneysand one attorney that really caught my eye was Kimberley Chongyon Motley. Her successas an attorney became very well-known, she was also know for being the firstnon-Afghan attorney to litigate in Afghanistan since 2008, in one of herinterviews she stated that there was a lack of justness within the Law, due tothe fact that the law was set in place to protect our citizens and not causeconflicts. What interested me most about Kimberley Chongyon Motley was herdrive, passion, devotion and constant hunger to do the right beside people. Moreover,Kimberly’s work really outlined how lawyers can have such a big impact of thosethat are oblivious to how law can benefit their lives. In saying I am also ayoung woman willing to devote my time and passion towards helping others.
Furthermore,my greatest wonder is why our society and the legal system, do not point outeconomic exploitation as and abuse of human rights; for it is the root ofpoverty, which elicits crime. If the creation of Law is to curb injustice, whyhas it not been used to eradicate this injustice? Studying law will hopefullyhelp me find answers to my questionswhile teaching me the proper methods of conduct, providing me the power toassist and aid those in need of help those get of out of this cycle ofinjustice that we are faced with within many different societies andcommunities.