NEC Magistrate Admitted Into Margibi Bar Association
The Magistrate of the National Elections Commission in Margibi County Fomba A.M. Swaray has been admitted into the Margibi Bar Association (MBA).
Atty. Swaray was over the weekend admitted by Judge Mardea Tarr Chenoweth, Resident Judge of the 13th Judicial Circuit Court in the County.
The Attorney at Law during the ceremony vowed to work in line with the oath he took and make sure to impact the Bar and the National Bar Association at large.
He said the Law is a very dignify an honorable profession like any other profession contrary to most beliefs expressed in the legal certainty that lawyers are crooks or the law favors injustice or people who have deeper pockets.
According to Atty. Swaray, it may be crooks that come in the profession and try to jeopardize it.
“I want to use this moment to say contrary to most beliefs expressed in the legal setting that lawyers are crooks or the law favors injustice or it favors people who have deeper pockets, from my training or from my reading of the Law; the Law is a very dignify and honorable profession like any other profession it may be crooks that come in the profession and try to jeopardize it” he argued.
He furthered that all lawyers know what to do and they are cover by a professional code of ethics and at all times they are charged with the responsibility to live up to the code of moral and professional ethics.
He recounted that lawyering has its own rules and regulations like any other profession but it is a bit on a higher pedestal because it is a noble profession.
“So lawyers are people who are diligent and it is that diligent and commitment that I will come with” he added.
Atty. Swaray, however, said he will be endeavoring to add flavor to the MBA in making it more vibrant as well as serving the general interest of the ordinary person who may be in need of a lawyer.
He then termed his admission into the Bar as a privilege born out of the effort of God to direct him and secondly, out of the effort of his family.