My unsolicited opinion is that multiple choice questions can't capture a person's aptitude to practice law as much as essays can. This is because in real life, good lawyers do not choose among obvious options but think of, sometimes create, the options themselves. In other words, lawyers should not only be logical thinkers - which a multiple choice question could very well adddress. Lawyers should also be creative; able to think out of the box. Anyway.
My long-winded introduction notwithstanding, I guess congratulations are still in order: CONGRATULATIONS to all our new lawyers! I was surprised why no one from the College of Law of U.P. made it to the top ten though. Has that even happened before? Now I'm beginning to doubt the wearability of this t-shirt.
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