ZIALE is scaring young people to take Law-Scientist

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We need young lawyers and as such those lecturing at The Zambia Institute of Advanced Legal Education (ZIALE) should help more young lawyers get their qualifications.

This is because we have a shortage of judges in our courts.

Why should ZIALE make such an enjoyable degree look so tough and unenjoyable?

Lawyers offer important service to society and thus ZIALE should not scare young people from taking up law degrees.

If my Science lectures made Physics, chemistry, math and biology look scaring, some of us would not have had the courage to take up science based degree programs.

ZIALE is scaring young people that are interested in taking up law, a noble career

Physics, mathematics, chemistry and biology are all by far tougher than law but we enjoyed them because our lectures taught with a caring and nurturing attitude to groom future young science practitioners for the service of mankind.

The Writer is a Scientist, Agricultural Economist currently serving as Southern Province Minister.

The Independent Observer

John Sakala is a Journalist yearning for independent journalism

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