Future Cyber Lawyer and a lifelong humanitarian. My name is Yukta Kapadia and
I�m a third-year B.A. L.LB student at Amity University, Maharashtra. My
love for law started way back when I was in 7th standard and my dad being a
lawyer noticed the debating skills and a never give-up attitude in me. He
decided from then onwards to start building up and improving my communications
skills more and so he started giving me books to improve these skills.
Unconsciously, I started liking law as a subject and got inclined towards
learning more about it.
This made me pursue law as my career option and since cyber law is one if the
most growing courses in India promising a lot of opportunities in future, I
chose to take up cyber law as my career option after completing my Undergraduate
degree. There was a point in my life where I thought I won�t be able to succeed
in my life because I couldn�t get into National Law University but grade points
and universities contribute to only 40% of in our success, the rest 90% is the
practical legal knowledge, self-confidence and oratory skills that one has no
matter what university he/she has studied in.
Where others want to handle cases that would give them the most money, I want to
handle cases that are not considered by any lawyer since they could not afford
their fees. I see myself as an acorn from which a tall oak tree can grow by
natural process. Even if I get a rejection mail for an internship, I always talk
to myself that being like an acorn even if I don�t get the mentoring, the
training or the lift, I�m an oak tree since it grows tall by natural inbuilt
process. I�ve seen my fellow law students getting disappointed when they do not
get a paid internship but I�m thankful for the lesson taught by my dad that in a
Lawyer�s life, roses usually blossom late, so do not get upset when no one pays
you in your early life as a fresher.