“For me, law school was a time of joy and hope. Joy in learning my way around the law – learning how to orbit a problem and to ask myself hard questions and to be asked hard questions. Hope that I could be of some use, to be part of the greater good – to make the world a little bit better.” — James Comey
My hometown paper, the Village News, published this back in June, and I just found it!
Spelts graduates from
Trinity Law School
Last updated 6/26/2017 at Noon
SANTA ANA – Cheryl Spelts of Fallbrook was awarded with the juris doctorate from the Board of Regents of Trinity Law School during commencement exercises held at the First Evangelical Free Church of Fullerton May 30.
I signed up for the LSAT in June of 2013, got a high enough score to qualify for a full scholarship at two different law schools, and by that fall I was enrolled as a 1L at Trinity Law School.
Law school was fun! It was also the hardest thing I’ve ever done. The graduation ceremony itself was a lot more emotional than I expected–it’s a big deal to graduate! I’m proud to have finished, and proud to have earned my Juris Doctorate.
It’s official! After a full year of study, I now have a certificate in Paralegal Studies from UCLA Extension. And graduation? It was fun! Such a beautiful campus, with such a rich history. It made graduation even sweeter!
All the photos in this post were taken with an iPhone.