Newspaper article The Chronicle (Toowoomba, Australia)

Graduate Set to Continue Family Legacy

Newspaper article The Chronicle (Toowoomba, Australia)

Graduate Set to Continue Family Legacy

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HAVING worked in a law firm since the age of 14, Sarah-Jane MacDonald has a serious passion for law.

The University of Southern Queensland Bachelor of Law student put her years of experience to good use in her studies and will celebrate her graduation alongside her classmates at a ceremony today.

About 500 students from a range of study areas, including law, will be honoured at the first of the USQ Toowoomba 2014 graduation ceremonies today. A second series of USQ Toowoomba graduation ceremonies will be held on Saturday, April 26.

Miss MacDonald said it had been a struggle balancing full-time work and full-time study but she had been up for the challenge.

"There have been a lot of late nights and a lot of coffee consumption over the last four years," she said.

"It's been hard but I'm glad I made it.

"Of course I'm still working full-time at the firm and have to look into getting admitted as a lawyer so I'm not getting much rest any time soon. …

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