In first year, you will study five papers: Civil Law (largely Roman Law), Constitution Law, Criminal Law, Law of Tort, and the Freshfields Legal Skills and Methodology course. You will find below a list of books which you may find helpful background reading for these subjects. It is not necessary for you to do a lot of specific reading before October. You certainly should not feel obliged to read all of the books! Reading one book in each section would be sufficient introduction. Your supervisors will not usually expect any specialised knowledge of the law at the outset. You will meet your supervisors early in October, and they will advise you on details of the syllabus as well as books for each paper.
Curtx or Cuntest, yu should admire the creativity and ingenuity of an Ibo… Do yu think it’s easy to form a crime network and run it for years without being caught?… That can only be done with absolute intelligence. Give us a conducive environment, such intelligence will be used for positivity.(check how Ibos are excelling in abroad)
As usual, Ibos aren’t cowards(civil war is a proof) we have traits of the Lion of the tribe of Judah… We take time to analyze our strategies before we strike and when we do, it’s always earthquaking.
Ho spent the summer in Paris trying to lock in the agreement, but the French government was purposely evasive, as it was conspiring to undermine Vietnamese independence. Ho was nevertheless well received in the French media. A French reporter who met him noted his “engaging manner and extraordinary gift for making contact,” which “at once brought a warm and direct exchange of views and gave a startlingly fresh ring to commonplace words.”  Ho returned to Vietnam in October and appealed to the Vietnamese people for patience. The French, however, showed their hand on November 22, 1946. Using a dispute over control of customs in Haiphong as a pretext, French warships bombarded the unprotected port city, killing at least 6,000 and wounding some 25,000. On December 19, Ho issued a call for “nationwide resistance”: