Instead of graduating from high school, Brittany Reaves, 18, is planning to go through the process with Fayetteville State University student as Magna Cum Laude. She said in an interview that I just had wonderful people who gave me great opportunities.
Her mother described her as a creative girl who learned to read when she was three years old. Now she is bringing her talent to North Carolina Central to obtain her degree in law.
If she leaves NCCU in a year or three, she plans to pursue a career as a civil litigation attorney after she graduates. Reaves ‘ attributes her performance to her village’s support and hard work.
After graduating from the Cumberland International Early College High School with 85 college credits, Brittany Reaves is preparing to graduate from Fayetteville State University at the age of 18; she plans to attend law school this fall. https://t.co/z6D2Sr9krq— Cumberland County Schools (@CumberlandCoSch) May 11, 2019
Moving into civil litigation right now simply because it is an area that deals with knowledge and protection for customers.
Landlord-tenant-those kinds of cases do with individuals and rules have a bit to do with people, “Reaves said. Reaves would transform the tassel into maturity this weekend.” I have booksmarts but I’m 18, I don’t understand anything, “Reaves said.