I am the student School of Law, Gujarat University, Ahmedabad studying in 5 years integrated law course as
Intellectual Property Rights as major and am an enthusiastic student who participates in moots, mock trials, national level seminars and in MUM which are frequently organized by our college and in Ahmedabad.
During my schooling at St. Xavier's High School, Loyola Hall, I was motivated by my teachers in higher secondary section to pursue for law profession or in the arena of business and accounting, I completed my higher secondary in commerce and then after joined law course as I had vibrant intention to join legal, commercial and mercantile fraternity.
I come from a generation of advocates and it is safe to say that I have also found my calling in the same. After seeing my grandfather and father work with extreme vigour, discipline and independence, earning the respect they have today; I had decided my goal is to become a successful advocate.
Independence in work is something that I have been striving for and has
motivated my career choices from the beginning; by the time I knew, it had
become the biggest motivator for me.
My inclination towards sports and outdoor activities swayed me in trying new
things despite caring for the risks associated in it. Subsequently, one can
regard having their own law profession as nothing less than an extreme sport,
consisting of more risk than almost any other field of work. As Swami
Vivekananda once said, Take risks: if you win, you will be happy; if you lose, you will be wise. A quote that has critically changed my life and my viewpoint.
For anyone pursuing commerce and law, one must be able to sell service. My internship with my university's admissions council taught me the art of selling. By the time it got over I can proudly say I was one of the best in my team when it came to selling.