COMPULSORY PUPILAGE FOR YOUNG LAWYERS: AN ENVISAGED CURSE OR REMEDY? – – Ola-lawal Muazu

The uproar that the ‘to be law’ issue has generated is no longer news. More novel is the fact that lawyers to be will compulsorily have to take an extra 2 year pupilage course after graduating law school. According to the National Assembly, it proves to be a strategy for fresh lawyers to garner experience and curb ‘quackism’. But the aspiring lawyers for whom these bill is made are not happy about it.

Many have seen it as a delay in the process of achieving their goal on time, while some believe it just too ridiculous and pathetic since the one year law school programme was designed to after for this. However, some appear to be quite okay with it after all.

Well, Maybe the concept of pupilage was misconstrued by these fellows; maybe the there is more to it than what we are told. However, my opinion about the whole thing is succinctly analyzed below:

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LYRICAL VENDETTA (A POEM)

LYRICAL VENDETTA

 

I will strike back

When am right back

Fighting back

To get my right back

 

Enough of the barking,

I really want to bite.

A lion which have been starving

Attacks anything at sight

 

My silence

Is about to metamorphose into violence

Invested in you all hopes

But no dividends

Striving to remind you of this

But not privileged

 

Now, I am taking no chances,

Your words, your actions, your agendas and motives

Are so inauspicious

 

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