Two more lawyers admitted to bar

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GREAT ACHIEVEMENT: Eleanor Bronwyn Fruean with her proud parents and relatives.

GREAT ACHIEVEMENT: Eleanor Bronwyn Fruean with her proud parents and relatives. (Photo: Misiona Simo)

Two more young lawyers have joined the local bar.

Beau Jacek Tuala, 22, of Falevao, Solosolo, Saoluafata and Eleanor Bronwyn Fruean, 25, of Apia, took their oath of admission before Chief Justice, His Honour Patu Tiava’asue Falefatu Sapolu, families, friends and colleagues who were present to witness their admission.

In congratulating the new lawyers, Chief Justice Patu said this is the beginning of a new journey. “It is what you do with the God given talent that will define you as a lawyer,” he said. “To become a truly accomplished lawyer requires hard work perseverance and good character and I emphasise to you good character.”

 “Learning is a never ending process; it is like a marathon without a finishing line and it is necessary for growth and progress as a lawyer, it is learning that generates knowledge and knowledge is required to improve your professional competence as a lawyer.” Beau Jacek Tuala is the third child of Rev. Anzac and Analeseana Tuala’s six children. Eleanor Bronwyn Fruean is the daughter of Desmond and Punaomoa’s seven children.” 

Both lawyers are working at the Office of the Attorney General.

PROUD PARENTS: Analeseana, Beau Jacek and Rev. Anzac Tuala.
PROUD PARENTS: Analeseana, Beau Jacek and Rev. Anzac Tuala.

Beau Jacek Tuala, 22, of Falevao, Solosolo, Saoluafata and Eleanor Bronwyn Fruean, 25, of Apia, took their oath of admission before Chief Justice, His Honour Patu Tiava’asue Falefatu Sapolu, families, friends and colleagues who were present to witness their admission.

In congratulating the new lawyers, Chief Justice Patu said this is the beginning of a new journey. “It is what you do with the God given talent that will define you as a lawyer,” he said. “To become a truly accomplished lawyer requires hard work perseverance and good character and I emphasise to you good character.”

 “Learning is a never ending process; it is like a marathon without a finishing line and it is necessary for growth and progress as a lawyer, it is learning that generates knowledge and knowledge is required to improve your professional competence as a lawyer.”

Beau Jacek Tuala is the third child of Rev. Anzac and Analeseana Tuala’s six children. Eleanor Bronwyn Fruean is the daughter of Desmond and Punaomoa’s seven children.” 

Both lawyers are working at the Office of the Attorney General.

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