- Shymane Robinson, a brilliant Black lawyer, has started a law firm with her best friend and sister
- According to Shymane, her motivation came from the negative energy that was exuded to her by her professor who claimed she had to choose her career or being a mother
- With three years under her belt as the leader of True Lawyer law firm, Shymane's company has become widely successful
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A high-achieving intelligent Black female lawyer named Shymane Robinson has launched her own real estate and trademark law firm that helps transform Black communities by helping investors accumulate, protect, and transfer wealth.
In an interview with the brilliant Black lawyer, she mentioned that her motivation came from the negative energy that was exuded by her professor.
Shymane indicated that the prof once told her she would have to choose between being a great lawyer or mother but that was something she could never do.
However, due to her determination, Shymane Robinson indicated that she decided at that moment to start the business of owning her firm.
With three years under her belt as the leader of True Lawyer law firm, Shymane has grown a widely successful national law firm that focuses on transforming communities by helping investors.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that three Nigerian teenage girls have represented the nation well in faraway Ireland with their tech skills.
They built an app that helps people living with memory loss associated with old age, also known as dementia.
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Rachel Akano, Margaret Akano, and Joy Njekwe defeated over 1000 entries from 62 countries with their amazing app named Memory Haven.
In an interview, one of the app developers, Joy, said the app has six features: some of which are a music playlist, reminder alerts, photo wallet, and a memory.
The girls said they hope their software gets to as many people as possible and help them so that those suffering from dementia can have an easier life.
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