A young Nigerian Lawyer named Ojadamola Kehinde who bagged first class in Nigerian Law School has gained admission into the prestigious Harvard University to study for her Masters.
Ojadamola Takuro graduated from the University of Lagos with a bachelor’s degree in law ( LL.B) where she was in the top 4% of her graduating class. She bagged first-class honors at the Nigerian Law School and was the best graduating student of Corporate Law Practice.
Ojadamola recently got accepted into the Harvard Law School, United States for her Master in Law (LL.M). She shared her achievement on her LinkedIn, stating that she will be focusing on courses related to technology, finance, and corporate law.
”I am excited to share that I got admitted to Harvard Law School (HLS) for the Master of Laws (LL.M.) program. At HLS, I will be focusing on courses related to technology, finance, and corporate law,” she said.
Ojadamola added that the application process for the LL.M program was a memorable experience, highlighting that she saw the benefits of having a very supportive community.
”The application process for the LL.M program was a truly memorable experience, and it re-emphasized the unique blessings associated with having a very supportive community,” she said.
She expressed gratitude to her, colleagues, seniors, mentors, and everyone who supported her during the application process. Ojadamola also thanked the PiggyVest team, where she worked as a Legal Associate after her bachelor’s degree for the amazing professional and personal relationships that she built at the company.
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Lauren Rolfe bagged her first degree in Political Science and Criminology from Hofstra University in the United States before moving on to obtain another degree in Law.