Juggling in part-time Master in Law ("LLM"), a full time lawyer and soka gakkai activities may seem to be too overwhelming. It is especially difficult when I need to rush for submissions and corporate works until mid-night and morning.
Why do you want to pursue LLM? Many people asked me the same question. The reason behind LLM is mainly due to my deep interests in corporate, commercial and taxation. I would like to invest and equip myself with knowledge to share. I believe that I will create great values upon completion of my programme.
It is not easy but I can do it with good time management and discipline. It is my decision that depends greatly on my own dedication and arrangements. Trying to balance how much work will affect my studies and vice versa.
What do you want to achieve in LLM? Despite passing the examination, I would like to take this opportunity to learn how to learn. I have been studying for the sake of studying in the past quarter in my life. Since the course provide me with great flexibility, I want to make sure I fully understand the course and to be able to think critically, analytically and write effectively in 2 years time.
"Everything depends on what is in our hearts. If we decide ourselves that something is impossible, then even something possible will become impossible. In contrast, if we have the confidence that we can definitely do something, then we are already one step closer to achieving it in reality"
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