I am an avid seeker of new experiences and knowledge, which drove me to undertake an internship at the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan in 2013. We were assigned a research paper of our choice related to human rights issues in Pakistan. While doing the research I learned of the inherent biases within the Pakistani legal system, which has simply been modified from the original British constitution to a local context, and further distorted by the stateâs Islamization in the 1980s. The experience solidified my growing ambition to study Law at University. I have spent the last two years understanding how my society functions, which has widened my interest in learning about the laws which ostensibly exist to maintain social order, ensure justice and preserve human rights. Studying A-Level History also spurred my interest in broadening my knowledge of Law.