If I Can Do It, You Can Do It - Lady Inspires Young Girls as She Celebrates Becoming a Lawyer

If I Can Do It, You Can Do It - Lady Inspires Young Girls as She Celebrates Becoming a Lawyer

  • A woman living in Charleston, South Carolina, Kayla Lattimore, has disclosed that she passed her Bar exam
  • She revealed that the exam was the hardest thing she's ever had to do in her life
  • Lattimore has celebrated becoming a lawyer in a Facebook post

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When Kayla Lattimore began her journey to become an attorney, she was determined to do just that despite the challenges she encountered on her way to achieving her goal.

According to the American Bar Association, five per cent of all attorneys across the US are African American, and Lattimore officially became part of the list. She admits that it was not an easy walk in the park.

''The bar exam was literally the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do in my life,'' she said.

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Kayla Lattimore celebrates becoming a lawyer
If I Can Do It, You Can Do It - Lady Inspires Young Girls as She Celebrates Becoming a Lawyer Photo credit: Kayla Lattimore
Source: Facebook

After years of hard work, she finally achieved her goal of becoming a qualified attorney. Lattimore attributes her success to God and the support she received from family and loved ones.

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''I wouldn’t be where I am without God, my family, friends, and boyfriend for supporting me through arguably the toughest time of my life. I’ve wanted this for so long.
''The joy and favour I feel are unmatched. I worked extremely hard for this moment and I can’t stop crying. God continues to bless me, even when I doubted him. I am truly blessed,'' she said in a Facebook post.

For young girls who dream about being a lawyer, Kayla Lattimore said:

''If I can do it, we can all do it. - Kayla Lattimore, Esq.''

Read her post below:

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Meanwhile, after four hectic years pursuing a doctorate in Biochemistry, Marvelous Acho has finally earned her PhD in the STEM field.

She joined women who have achieved commendable strides in STEM occupations, such as Dr Malika Jeffries-EL Boston University, a professor of Chemistry developing organic semiconductors at Boston University in the US.

Women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) often don't get the recognition they deserve, but Acho is shining the light on her achievement through social media.

UPSA's Best Student in Communication Studies for 2021

Also, Ephraim Danquah made history when he graduated as the Best West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) student at the Saint Mary's Boys' School (Marisco) in 2016.

He imprinted his name in the sands of time as the Overall Best Student of his graduating class in the WASSCE examination, making himself proud.

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Danquah, who has a knack for excellence, has relived the moment as he emerged the Best Student in Communication Studies for 2021 during the 13th congregation of the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA).

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