Gen Y Speaks: I juggled studies, motherhood and work to realise a 15-year dream to get a law degree

Gen Y Speaks: I juggled studies, motherhood and work to realise a 15-year dream to get a law degree

17/10/2021 6:08:00 AM

Gen Y Speaks: I juggled studies, motherhood and work to realise a 15-year dream to get a law degree

There is nothing special about me. I am your average Singaporean, living in a flat with my husband and two young children. So when I was asked if I wanted to write about my law school journey, I hesitated.

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