Hillary clinton is one of the best examples of inspiring law journeys by a female. She is a graduate of Yale law school and also a former partner at Arkansas Rose law firm. Though she was only behind Barack Obama by a narrow margin, the fact that she is the first lady to have run for public office is quite an achievement. Clinton was passionate about children’s law and family policy which is evident from a number of articles published by her.
A lot of us are not aware that Nelson Mandela was also a lawyer. He was in fact responsible for establishing the first black law firm in 1952.He studies law at two universities. First at the Fort Hare University and after that at University of Witwatersrand. Infact he was the only native african in his class at the university of Witwatersrand. He was having a good law career which was stopped only in 1952.
Goolam Vhanvati was an attorney general of India and was the first muslim who was able to achieve this highest law post in India. He used to have a lot of influence over the politics of the country and was part of a lot of high profile cases in India som eof which you can find on his website. Goolam vahanvati came from a humble background and his life journey was not very comfortable. He was a middle class family and there were several financial hurdles while he was growing up. In Spite of the hardships he managed to achieve success in the field of law quickly.