There is a certain amount of stigma, about being disabled. It's not a very nice feeling to be labelled as any kind of different. You know everybody wants to, kind of, integrate into society. You just want to be a normal student, you know, you want to have the same experiences as any other student ever has. Just because you've got a specific medical condition shouldn't prevent you from doing that. And it took me a while to trust the Law School and realise that they were really rooting for me and were going to bend over backwards for me. And there was support out there and loads of things that could be done to help me. And I think the fact that I've stayed in the Law School to do my PhD I think is, kind of, indicative of the level of support that I feel that I have there. And the fact that they wanted me to stay on and do my PhD really, you know, kind of means that they really were rooting for me. And they even pay me for the privilege of being here now, which is even better.