Brains and beauty: Lady celebrates after graduating from law school, lights up social media with photos

Brains and beauty: Lady celebrates after graduating from law school, lights up social media with photos

- The joy that comes from achieving academic success is indescribable, and this is exactly the case of Destinee Burrell who recently graduated from John Marshall Law School

- The excited lady took to social media to express her joy and share adorable photos after becoming a lawyer

- Many social media users celebrated the young lady whose photos lit up the internet community

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A young lady identified as Destinee Burrell has celebrated her academic achievement on social media after graduating from John Marshall Law School.

Sharing adorable photos of herself on LinkedIn, she said she is blessed to have achieved a dream she has had since she was a little girl.

Young lady celebrates after graduating from law school, adorable graduation photos light up social media
Social media users celebrated the young lady who recently graduated from law school. Photo credit: Destinee Burrell/LinkedIn
Source: UGC

In her words:

"I am blessed to achieve a dream I’ve had since I was a little girl and I am grateful for the people I’ve met and experiences I’ve had throughout this journey."

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Destinee said when she started law school, she never imagined the growth, success and accomplishments she would achieve along the way but she went in knowing that she had something to prove and she did just that.

LinkedIn users joined Destinee in celebrating her academic achievement as they left positive comments on her post.

Amodj Manga said:


Ismail Aminu commented:


Sulaiman Bah wrote:

"Congratulations dear."In other news, a woman identified as Sharon Sinclair has taken to social media to inspire people that it is never too late to achieve success.

Sharon had it rough when she started college in 1996 and she had to drop out when she ran out of money in 1998.

According to the woman who shared her story on LinkedIn, she had to join the military in 2000. She then went back to school in 2013.

In her words:

"At the time, I was making very good money as a union mechanic. I also worked 12 hours a day, 4 days on/4 days off. I had to take classes on five campuses and online to get around my work schedule. I graduated from DePaul in 2014."

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