The responsibility attached to this University and skills gained through studying LLB (Hon) law degree will make me focus on improving my legal acumen. I also realize that practical working in the legal profession and exposed to qualified and great lawyers in Ulaw is an extension of theoretical knowledge acquired during law school days. Spending time in the law school will prepare me to effectively address various situations of professional and personal life. In Ulaw, i would consider my progress in the ability to analyse a situation from a legal perspective, as my biggest achievement during my college life. My initial reaction to studying in Ulaw is a feeling of satisfaction. During Ulaw, I will be happy to learn that my enthusiasm and hard work has been recognised in the form of being helped and trusted to study Ulaw. Studying at Ulaw, it will expose me to the international organizations and courts t which I will have better work employability. The International Court of Justice, popularly termed as the ‘World Court’, is universally known because of its role in upholding the rule of law in the international community and contribution towards the settlement of disputes between/amongst states.
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THE PROBLEM ABOUT TANZANIAN LEGAL SYSTEM;
The Tanzanian education system, in general, is producing labourers rather than leaders. The lack of vision is apparent, even in the premier institutions. In legal education, promoting originality in thinking is the need of the hour which can only be achieved through exchange of thoughts rather than a lecture based (one-sided) approach. I don't want to be a labour but a leader.
I therefore seek your educational assistance.