The Curse of a Kenyan Law Student
Posted on: 11/9/2012 1:55:58 PM Posted By: Macawear88 Membership Level: Gold Total Points: 1093
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I concur with you on that. I think it is not fair that much is payed at Kenya School of Law when we all understand the general economic hurddles that our country is going through. This explains why most lawyers are just from rich families or rather for those who can afford to pay the fees required for this course. We should also not oversee situations here. It is true that law is a very good and competitive course both locally and internationally, and therefore charging such higher amounts might be a reason to explain the same.
But the government through verious projects like sponsorships should try to encourage young Kenyans who have the ambituon of becoming lawyers by poviding the with accessible schemes through which they can get to study law.
10 Nov 2012 @ 01:45
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