I graduated in 2007 with an Arts/Law degree. I was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship and in late 2008, I moved to Oxford to read for an MPhil in International Development Studies. I plan to focus my studies on the topic of Indigenous public health in north western Australia. I find myself constantly using the skills that I obtained at law school to analyse problems and mount effective arguments. A law degree provides skills that can be transferred to a host of career opportunities.
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