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Posted Feb 2018
Posted Mar 2017
Being a lawman
I still remember the day I was asked what I wanted to do after I finished schooling. I was slightly scared and nervous but completely sure that I wanted to pursue law. And here I am studying at a law school. And on being asked what I love and hate about law, well there are many things I love and as every coin has a flip side there are some downsides to it too.
I believe that the best part of being in this profession is the money, because honestly, somewhere in all of us is the desire to amass a good name and also the wealth that accompanies it. It is said that if u possess skill as a lawman you are certain to earn quite well. Set the money aside this profession earns an individual a respectable place in the eyes of the society, as the saviour of justice. People tend to ask people in the field of law for advice and council and such advice is given priority over the other such is the value of the thoughts of a rational, practical and realistic mind.
Then there also is the fact that people are often scared of lawmen for the simple reason that if they offend lawmen the repercussions could be varied levels of dangerous, which is awfully funny but, hey! I don’t see a need to be complaining because due to this irrational fear people often tend to treat lawmen better and always befriend them which works well for us.
The flip-side that I mentioned earlier comes into play in the profession itself, the profession deals with politics from the core and throughout, mind games and manipulations are an integral part of the profession. it is safe to say that a professional in this field deals with a lot of stress, although it pays really well it also takes a toll on their minds. This also means that the profession often affects the social life of the individual.
This profession demands of an individual to always keep up with all the happenings around the globe, it is all about opportunities, if you don’t update you will get replaced, but then that’s true for most every profession these days. Keeping -up with the new as well as the old can often be deemed tedious but, we lawyers are proud of having this ability to balance and amass knowledge as we grow.
A lawyer’s library is a sacred place. It is that place where he works to shape his career. There also is this amusing theory which insists on the fact that we lawmen are a quarrelsome lot and often lose patience, which is pretty petty considering that advocates are the most patient people when it comes to interacting with judges and withstanding all the grilling with not so much as an expression to give away their personal emotions.
I would say lawmen are different, and as for hating or loving the profession, Lets just say that it is the passion for serving the society that surpasses all other emotions. Also, there is a reason we form a class apart. What’s different is often considered weird and unacceptable. But we are proud of who we are !!!And will be standing confident and serving the society to the best of our capabilities !!!!