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MY REFLECTIVE JOURNAL

 

My CLE journey has been one of the most interesting paths of my life.   Personally I am motivate by the desire to leave a Trance of my foot steps in every journey I make.  This has not been easy in my CLE journey.  Starting with baby steps, I first got to know about PILAC, CLAPMOC and CLE when I saw students in the white unique T-shirts having a meal in the lower auditorium.  I admired the kind of special social status the students were accorded in the school of law.  I took bold steps to ask one of my friend Murungi Patrick who was one of the special class.

REFLECTIVE JOURNAL OF NAPOKOLI BRIAN FELIX WHILE IN CLE

My journey in CLE started as a joke and a miracle. The day of the oral interviews was one of my most frightening days in life because I had never been to an oral interview before, didn’t know what I was going to say, but yet at the same time I had to have Hope of going through like any other candidate in a competition. Though inside my heart I had already comforted and prepared myself for the possibility of not going through. The interviews were adorable, my questions were so easy compared to those others had been asked.

MY JOURNEY THROUGH CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION

While joining CLE I was told many things, but these two stood out for me: I would never attend other classes in the semester, and I would realise just how much time we have and waste while at law school. My experience in the class served to disprove one and confirm the other

THE PAGES OF REFLECTION; MY JOURNEY THROUGH CLE

 

A class is a place where knowledge and skill are imparted and passed on from a teacher to a learner. In a class of law, a law teacher is supposed to inculcate a certain degree of legal craftsmanship to his/her students. It is a place of capacity building, a breeding ground and mostly a place of hope, hope that one day the things one has studied will be able to bring an income and put food on the table. The CLE class has been such a class.