Congratulations to Associate Solicitor, Sita Hayne
Congratulations to Associate Solicitor, Sita Hayne who was recently admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW and continues to form an integral role in our team here at Castrikum Adams Legal.
After a number of years studying for her Bachelor of Laws at Southern Cross University and completing her Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice at College of Law, Sita’s big day was soon to arrive with her travel plans to Sydney, and Admission Ceremony booked.
With excitement building Sita’s family, Jackie, Nimai and Ebony were to join Sita by travelling to Sydney to attend her formal Admission Ceremony, but it was cancelled a few weeks out due to Covid-19, and instead would proceed by virtual ceremony held via live stream, without physically attending the Supreme Court.
Pre Covid, Admission Ceremonies were conducted “in person” before the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court in the heart of Sydney. It would usually be a very grand experience where the Chief Justice would acknowledge your achievements, explicate your duty to the Court, invite you take an oath or make an affirmation of Office after which, you would sign the Supreme Court Roll and receive your Certificate of Admission which would feature proudly in the photo opportunities that being within the Law Courts Building would bring.
Disappointed, but not to be denied her exciting admission plans, Sita and her family decided to keep their travel plans and head to Sydney, attend the Admission Ceremony via live stream from her hotel room where soon after, she received her Certificate of Admission by email. In true Sita style, she turned lemons into lemonade, and headed out with her family for some lovely photo opportunities outside of the Law Courts Building in Phillip Street, complete with her Certificate of Admission, proudly displayed on her iPad.
We are so proud of you, Sita and we wish you a rewarding career with just the right amount of challenges to keep your mind sharp, your achievements plenty and your client’s empowered with the gift or your knowledge.
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