Nigerian Chinyere Amanze has made her country proud after graduating from the prestigious Harvard Law School, United States. On her graduation day, she was honored to meet the first-ever black female US Supreme Court Judge, Ketanji Brown Jackson, who broke a 233-year-old record.
Chinyere marked her achievement on her Linkedin page, noting that she was inspired meeting the Judge. She wrote, “I had the pleasure of graduating Cum Laude from Harvard Law School and meeting a fellow HLS alumna who is also the first Black Woman to sit on the Supreme Court. A little graduation magic and a lot of graduation inspiration.”
Chinyere’s educational background includes attending The Bryn Mawr School in Baltimore, Maryland for elementary and high school. She went on to obtain a Bachelor of Art in International Comparative Studies and Markets and Management from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. After completing her Bachelor’s degree, she proceeded to Harvard Law School to earn her Doctor of Law (JD).
Speaking of her future prospects, Chinyere said, “I could not be more excited about my future as an attorney.”