Being friendly gets you everywhere

Here I am again… blogging.

I’m really excited.

Do you know why?

I’ll tell you.

It all began on the morning of Friday 18th March 2011. I’d finished some work on my forth coming book and I’d finished following up some new contacts I had met at a networking event the night before. I was just about to begin my reading on family law.

Then I saw a red flash to my right. Yes it was my blackberry. I did the obvious thing and looked at it. I had received a bb message from a classmate asking if I was “available” to work at the law firm she works for for the day. I’m not stupid enough to turn down the opportunity. I could catch up on family law later! So I agreed.

Wait… there’s more. She told me the name of the firm and I was beaming from ear to ear because it was a firm I had applied to last week for a job.

The moral of this story is to be friendly to everyone you meet because you NEVER know what that connection could bring.

“And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose.Romans 8:28

Until next time.

Crystal Debrah



My class on divorce

Here i am again… blogging.

I’m still getting used to it, but enjoying it nonetheless.

I’ve just


 had my first family law class on divorce. Very interesting indeed. I’ve come to the conclusion that divorce is devastating for both parties and no one wins- NO ONE, even if you do get the house and the kids. Both peoples’ lives are drastically altered forever. My advice- consider marriage VERY carefully before you get into it.

I’m off now to prepare for my class on solicitors’ accounts.

Until next time.

Crystal Debrah

My 1st post

Hi all

This is my first piece of writing on here- all very exciting.

This book writing stuff is a lot harder than I first expected. There’s constant editing and soooooo many things to consider. For example, today I went to a business seminar (it’s always great to expand your knowledge) and was given even more information. It’s all for a good cause- yes- the next generation of university students.

In other news, I start back at law school tomorrow.

Until next time.

Crystal Debrah