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Nicolas Johnson, Heading To Law School

I am thrilled to share an update on Nicolas. Everything from this point are his words. “For the last nine months, I’ve been working quietly, faithfully, and intensively to prepare for the next chapter of my life, and God has been with me every step of the way.’

‘After having received 15 acceptances to some of the nation’s best law schools, 3 wait listings, and 1 rejection, in addition to over $900,000 in overall scholarship money, I can without a doubt say that this has been a humbling and exciting process. And I’m grateful for every moment, be it good or bad.’

‘Overall, I’m blessed to finally be able to say that my law school process has come to a conclusion. I’m excited to announce that for at least the next three years, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania will be my new home, and that I will be attending The Villanova School of Law on a full-tuition scholarship—and will simultaneously serve as one of the law school’s public interest scholars!’

‘Much gratitude to everyone who has helped and encouraged me throughout this entire process! I look forward to making each of you proud!'”

NICOLAS’ THOUGHTS

Have integrity, work hard, trust God, do good, and be humble. You’re already blessed. If you missed first blog on my cousin, Nicolas, you could read it here. https://tangietwoods.blog/2022/02/09/my-cousin-nicolas-johnson-a-young-man-on-a-misson/

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Christian Blogger, Minister's Wife, Mother and Grandmother

18 thoughts on “Nicolas Johnson, Heading To Law School

  1. My advice is to get with a good study group and share your outlines in time for exams at the end of each semester. It was the only way I could get through law school.
    Several of my constituents at the Defender Association of Philadelphia graduated from Villanova Law School. I learned a lot from their mentoring and hands-on experience.
    Good luck!

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