Zahra Alidina: Teenager could become barrister at just 19 | West London

Zahra Alidina: Teenager could become barrister at just 19 | West LondonZahra Alidina began a law degree at just 15-years-old and has set her sights on completing her bar exams

An Ealing teenager has proved age really is just a number by completing a law degree at 18-years-old – and could soon become a teenage barrister.

Zahra Alidina was just 13-years-old when she left school because none of the courses on offer were helping her pursue her dreams in law.

She instead turned to home tutoring – gaining GCSEs and A Levels – before applying for a Bachelor Law Degree the Open University at just 15-years-old.

Her passion stemmed from years of attending the Old Bailey Court as a member of the public, including the trial of Andy Coulson and Rebekah Brooks following the News of the World phone hacking scandal.

Read more at the source: By David Rivers | 3 Aug 2016 | Get West London

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2 thoughts

  1. Congratulations Zahra, you are so far as i know the youngest person to become a barrister, keep it up and
    never stop at what you want to do, very few have the power at such a young age to persevere what they want.


  2. Zahra Alidina: Great n commendable. Ismailies, all over the world, in general, and your parents/family, in particular, are all proud of your achievements. Someone should check if anybody else, outside our Community, has this honor, at this age.


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