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Adéla Zajíčková

In debate competitions in high school, I found myself questioning whether objective truth exists and whether it can be twisted into almost anything by dressing it up as an argument. It wasn't until studying law that I felt confident, established boundaries, and offered proven reasoning processes to hold on to. Learning to navigate that system, which had been evolving for years, began to appeal to me, and in law school I became particularly interested in medical law. Perhaps because the field offers interesting overlap with other fields and, like medicine itself, is changing rapidly. One still has much to learn.
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