18-Year-Old African-American Girl Becomes The Youngest Person To Pass The Bar Exam In Britain

The University of Law graduate Gabrielle Turnquest, 18, will become the youngest person in the history of the English and Welsh legal system to be called to The Bar after passing The University of LawÕs Bar Professional Training Course. Her achievement will be formally recognised at a call ceremony at the Honourable Society of LincolnÕs Inn on Tuesday 30th July 2013 in London.A super intelligent 18-year-old from Windemere, Florida, Gabrielle Turnquest, who is of Bahamian descent, has become the youngest person to pass the bar exam in Britain. That is amazing. What an extraordinary young woman. The Judiciary Report takes its hat off to you. Well done. The White House should give her an award for this wonderful feat.

People online sometimes refer to females who act out and show out, as a “bad b****” calling it a compliment. Well, this young lady, Gabrielle, isn’t a “bad b****” – she’s a brilliant young woman, who is the real deal. She is a young woman that used her mind and not her behind and has achieved something great.

Teens today should aspire to such greatness, not getting their boobs and butts out online, mimicking debauched reality stars and untalented singers for attention from thirsty males objectifying them, then tossing them aside for the next new famous bimbo.

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