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Oh well done! First class in anything is tough but first class in Law is very difficult. (I did a very small amount of law a very long time ago and it was extremely restricted to the requirements of publishing......) Large glass of something bubbly called for, I think.
just fabulous!!!!!hugs, beexoxoxoxoxo
Kudos to your son. I know you are a proud momma.
We will be celebrating at his Graduation on the 20th July AJ.I know Bee, we are so proud of him. I am indeed Pam, especially as he went back to University at the age of 32 to do it. :)
*thunderous applause*A HUGE congrats to your son, Daniel and Fiona!You must be SO proud!You GO, Daniel!
Oh wow, CONGRATULATIONS Daniel. Major achievement. Is it too early to know which branch he wishes to specialise in?
I am Ron, thankyou. xxHe has to do a 2 year training contract, experiencing different seats before he can specialise Valerie. Thankyou Beach :)
Congrats on a job well done!!What type of law is he in?
Congratulations to your brillient Don! I know how proud you are of him, and Fiona, too. Can't help but mention how much like Jamie Deen (Paula Deen's son) he looks! Could be his brother, lolhugsSandi
Well done Dan! What a clever guy.. and always a good woman not far behind :) I bet you really are a very proud parent x
Congratulations to your family! You are deservedly proud...
Cheers Lady's Life. He has to complete a 2 year training contract with a solicitor before he can decide what branch of Law he would like to specialise in. Thanks Sandi. I don't know who Paula Deene is so I had to Google her and her son. There is a slight resemblance.He is a clever guy Emmie, takes after his Dad. Thanks honey. xThankyou Nat x
Congratulations to your fabulous son for his fabulous achievements! You must be SO proud and rightly so!
Cheers Linda, we are very proud of him, he's worked so hard. Difficult enough to do but even more so at the age of 32 with a family to look after. :)
Wonderful news you all have to celebrate!! Big congrats to Dan, and some applause for Fiona too.
What a wonderful achievement. You must be so proud...!
CONGRATULATIONS!!!Dan's The Man!!!
Thanks CrystalChick xWe are so very proud BankerChick, he has worked so very hard. xYep Dan's the Man Tony, cheers matey. x
Well done. Congratulations.You must be a very proud mum!Maggie XNuts in May
Wow, impressive :)Congrats to you both (after all, you grew him!)
Wow! That's almost as long as it takes to become a psychiatrist! Only psychiatrists can't conveyance land, get you a divorce or alter your name by statutory declaration..!
Ah, how proud you must be and how handsome is he?Many congratulations and hope he has much success i his field ahead of him xx
Congratulations! (A solicitor is an attorney, right?)
I am Maggie :)Well yes, you're right Suburbia I am responsible for his brains aren't I? LOLThanks TravI never thought of it like that Gleds ;)Thankyou Lorraine, I am very proud of him and I'll pass on your congratulations. xCheers Adam :)Yes, that's right SAW thanks.
Congratulations to Dan! That is a lot of work, I know! Mrs. Jim helped us keep things together while I did that. We met when I was less than half-way through my four years.I too have the degree, most of us here get a Juris Doctorate (in Law). I never practices full time but taught Law and other Business courses for 22 years at our local two-year community college.Law is an interesting career, I know he will like it. Caveat: not every lawyer gets rich!..
Awesome Dan! What high honors and achievements. Congratulations!
Actually, I just found out, psychiatric training is twice as lengthy. (But half as useful, like we always knew...)I could have been a lawyer, if I'd done the right course and stuck with it. I'm good at law. Which I only found out AFTER A levels and school but before the degree course I'd already got accepted on, annoyingly enough... But even though I find medicine fascinating I just do not have the right sort of brain to arrange pingpong balls on atoms, which is what you need to be able to do to understand medicine. That and higher maths... ugh. So I never could have been a psychiatrist, even though I ended up needing one!Where does he want to work? At a country family solicitors type place? Or some huge big city law firm where you get to specialize..?Has he thought of doing international law? Surely there's a 4tune in that!!
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