Sukrat loved his philosophy training at UofW where he took a healthy mix of continental and analytic philosophy courses. The former expanded his creative and critical thinking and the latter sharpened his logical reasoning. He was also active in the department, presenting at seminars and representing undergraduates as a member of the philosophy council.
Though he would have loved to pursue a doctorate in philosophy; he pursued law. He obtained his JD at IU McKinney School of Law in Indianapolis, during which he was Editor in Chief of the International and Comparative Law Review and interned for the Indiana Court of Appeals. He then practiced at a plaintiff's side firm in Indianapolis.
Today, Sukrat practices a variety of civil litigation at a well-respected Chicago law firm. Sukrat has no doubt that his training at UofW Philosophy has allowed him to excel in his career ventures.