I am a Black Woman, First-generation Attorney in My Family - Lady Proudly Celebrates Becoming a Lawyer

I am a Black Woman, First-generation Attorney in My Family - Lady Proudly Celebrates Becoming a Lawyer

  • Briya Brown has celebrated passing the Bar exam as she makes history in her family
  • According to her, she became a first-generation attorney in her family after exam
  • Brown admitted that attaining the feat was hectic, but she made it regardless
  • She recounted her journey and success story in an Instagram post

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Briya Brown has become a first-generation attorney in her family after passing the bar, and she achieved this through hard work.

As a Black woman and the first person in her family to attain this feat, Brown said she achieved it with ''no guidance or handouts''.

Recounting her success story, she said:

Briya Brown poses for a photo as she passes the Bar exam
I am a Black Woman, First-generation Attorney in My Family - Lady Proudly Celebrates Becoming a Lawyer Photo credit: Briya Brown
Source: Instagram

Declaring her faith into existence

''I passed the Bar exam. God said it, I believed it and declared it, and it is done!

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''It was quite a challenge to work, study, and take this rigorous exam virtually during a global pandemic, and my computer crashed twice! I passed the Bar exam yall! And on the first attempt! He is a mighty God,'' she said.

Brown continued:

''I am a Black woman, first-generation, first attorney in the family, no guidance or handouts. God is so faithful, and without him, I am nothing.''

She credited God for the achievement and thanked her family for their support.

''Forever indebted to my family, friends, and mentors, who have encouraged, supported, prayed, and poured into me throughout my journey.''

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Ghanaian Man Graduates with Wife

Meanwhile, Adam Wasizu, the Overall Best Student at the School of Nursing, University for Development Studies (UDS), graduated with a first-class degree with his wife.

His joy was double as he earned the feat with his wife who also graduated with second class upper in BSc Nursing.

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The pair, who started their Degree Nursing programme together at UDS, were among hundreds of students who graduated during the 22nd Congregation Ceremony of UDS in Tamale.

Meet the Overall Best Medical Student from UDS

Meanwhile, a young Ghanaian woman, Dr Shekira Yahaya, graduated as the Overall Best Medical Student during the 22nd Congregation Ceremony of the University for Development Studies (UDS).

A total of one-hundred and ten (110) undergraduate students graduated from UDS in November with first-class honours on November 6, the school said on Facebook.

Dr Shekira Yahaya made herself proud as she graduated from the prestigious university with seven coveted awards, including the Mr Poku Prize for Best Medical Student in Paediatrics and Child Health and Ghana Medical Association Award for Overall Best Medical Student.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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