Honors Program Essay

Topics: Maryland, College, Law Pages: 2 (723 words) Published: March 23, 2013
Malcolm Anomnachi
UMES ID#: 1194723
Aundra C. Roberts, B.A.
Program Coordinator
The Honors Program/General Studies
University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Richard Hazel Hall Suite 2051
11868 Academic Oval Princess Anne, MD 21853

My Goals and Academic Interests
There is a slogan in my country that says “A fool at forty is fool forever”; this could be explained to be an assumed concept that one who hasn’t realized his purpose or potential in life by the optimum time of his life (usually age 40), probably never will. My adolescent-hood was nothing to be proud of because I never acted like I could ever imagine myself having a successful future; I lived my life however I wanted without thinking about how my actions could affect me in the future. I was lucky to be given a second chance and since then I haven’t misused it. I have a lot of academic goals, but they shall all end up aiding me to graduate from law school.

I currently finished a successful year at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, and I must say that it was exceptionally interesting and I put all other distractions aside to make sure that I passed in flying colors. I am a Criminal Justice major and I intend to use the knowledge obtained from my degree to pass the LSAT to go law school; I also intend to work at a Criminal Justice Agency of my choice while I attend law school. I chose to pursue a career in law after I realized my strongest ground was Arguing, I participated in a lot of high school debates and I usually got in trouble for excessively quarrelling with my high school instructors on class related matters of which I had strong oppositions for. I decided to channel this negative passion into a more subtle and legal manner; I also have a long history of relatives associated with the law so I decided to continue the family tradition to become a Defense Attorney. My grandfather, who was a Chief Judge in Nigeria, died in 1996, and since then his law firm has operated at slow...
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