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19-Year-Old Becomes Youngest Graduate from ASU Law School

A 19-year-old lady has been celebrated for achieving a milestone by Becky the youngest person to graduate from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University.

Charmaine Chien-Yu Chui has reached a remarkable milestone at just 19, becoming the youngest person to graduate from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University.

This week, Chui earned her Juris Doctorate and distinguished herself by amassing 182 pro bono hours, one of the highest in her graduating class.

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“Anything you do, it’s always going to be hard work,” Chui remarked. “It takes intentional effort to move forward and achieve your goals.”

A Los Angeles native, Chui was homeschooled by her mother starting in second grade.

During that time, I was just at home,” she recalled. “My mom enrolled me in numerous classes in standard subjects: English, math, history, and some science.”

While her peers were entering middle school, Chui graduated from California State University, Los Angeles, at 16 with dual degrees in psychology and criminal justice, then decided to pursue law school.

Chui credits her teachers and classmates for their support.

I was never treated as the youngest law student or as someone destined to be the youngest law graduate. My classmates always treated me as an equal, as a peer,” Chui said. “I feel like my professors were as invested in my success as they were in the success of any other student.”

This fall, Chui will start her new role as a judicial law clerk at the Arizona Supreme Court with Justice James P. Beene. She hopes her story will inspire other teens to pursue their dreams and push beyond perceived limits.

“If it interests you, it’s important to go and apply because you never know what could happen,” Chui advised.

READ ALSO: Female Graduate Who Combined Schooling And Farming, Shares Success

SOURCES: ALLSCHOOL, NEWS ASU

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That’s really great

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