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The National Community Law Project CIC

Our volunteers 

We love providing legal support services for you

Megan Perkins

Community Law Project - Company Admin/Paralegal

Hi, my name is Megan. I am a first class LLB Law graduate from Cardiff University, with paralegal experience at a top 100 law firm. My motivation to choose law came from seeing law in action at a local Crown Court. Through this insight, I became interested in the intellectual challenge and rewarding experience of helping clients to resolve their legal problems. My interests and experience includes: Personal Injury, Medical Negligence, and Wills and Probate. 

Antonia Wilkinson

Community Law Project - Team Leader/Paralegal

I am a recent LLB Law and Criminology graduate currently living in Tetbury working as a supervisor. I have a passion for law and got into the legal world to be able to help people who are marginalised by society. Everyone deserves legal advice and I want to be able to make it accessible to everyone not just those who have money. I am intending on working towards a Psychology PhD but do not want to lose touch with the legal world and this can help me do that.  

Joseph Lloyd-Perks

Community Law Project - Team Leader/Paralegal

My name is Joe Lloyd-Perks and I study law at Cardiff University. I am in my third year and currently partaking in a year of study abroad at the Faculty of Law at Charles University, Prague. I chose to study law due to its ever changing nature and broad scope of practice areas. I particularly enjoy attending networking events and speaking to individuals about their personal journeys into law. My goal is to secure a training contract at a commercial law firm.

Luana Gomes

Community Law Project - Team Leader/Paralegal

Hi, I am Luana, and I am currently in my third year of studying LLB at the University of West London. In September 2021 I will begin my Bar Practice Course. I am studying law because I find it extremely fascinating and interesting how it all pieces together like a puzzle. I aspire to be barrister and I am particularly interested in Criminal, Family and Immigration Law.

Sammy Yim

Community Law Project - Team Leader/Paralegal

Hi, my name is Hansam "Sam" Yim. I am a first-year LLB student at the University of London. I chose to study law because I want to serve and help others. I am interested in education, human rights, and public law. I am hoping to become a barrister.

Zuzana Kučerková

Community Law Project - Team Leader/Paralegal

My name is Zuzana Kučerková and I have graduated from Nottingham Trent University with an LLB in International Law. During my degree, I explored various areas of English and international law including intellectual property, international competition and international trade law. My degree allowed me to develop my problem-solving, communication, analytical and teamwork skills. My plan is to qualify as a commercial solicitor at an international law firm. In my free time I enjoy volunteering and advising on contract, consumer, employment and immigration law matters.

Tamara Mc Gaughey

Community Law Project - Team Leader/Paralegal

My name is Tamara Mc Gaughey. I am a Northern Irish, first year law student and studying in Leeds Beckett. I have always aspired to be a solicitor and to help people. I have a keen interest in Family / Child Law and also human / civil rights. I am however open minded and would love to learn about any area!

Amie Fleming

Community Law Project - Team Leader/Paralegal

Hi! I'm Amie Fleming and I am currently in my second year of a 2-year MLaw conversion course in Queen's University Belfast. My undergraduate degree was in modern languages, but I decided I wanted to pursue a career in law because of its fast-paced and ever-changing nature. I have always had an interest in media law, and would ultimately like to work as an in-house lawyer for a media company. However, I also enjoy legal translation, which is something I do in my free time, and working with Young Legal Aid Lawyers, as I am passionate about providing access to justice for the most vulnerable in society. 

Maciej Scislowski

Community Law Project - Team Leader/Paralegal

I am an ambitious aspiring solicitor studying the LPC at University of Law in London. I possess a genuine interest and understanding of real estate law. I work extremely well in a team, as well as alone, I can confidently deal with problems and use my initiative to overcome challenging situations.

Siddhi Khale

Community Law Project - Team Leader/Paralegal

I am Siddhi Khale, a third-year law student at Cardiff University. I am the President of Cardiff University Karate Club and have volunteered with various Students’ Union Services and was a member of the Students’ Senate. While I was in college, I realised that law affects every aspect of human life and that it was important to understand and interpret what it implicates, and I decided to pursue a degree in law. I am mainly interested in International law, employment law environmental law and sports law however, I am keen to explore various new sectors. As someone with a background in Sports, I am interested in specialising in Sports Law in the future. I am an enthusiastic, hardworking person who likes to take on challenges.

Lexi Wilkinson

Community Law Project - Team Leader/Paralegal

My name is Lexi Wilkinson and I have just graduated from Cardiff University in law. I chose law because I regarded it as an extremely aspirational and professional career path that I could achieve in. Throughout my progress in law, it has become clear to me that due to its high professionality, people can become marginalised and alienated in the system. In this way, the legal system does not always do what it says on the tin; provide justice. In wherever my legal career takes me, I am passionate for making law accessible and not an unknown and unreachable ivory tower.​

Daniel Agyemang

Community Law Project - Team Leader/Paralegal

My name is Daniel Agyemang. I was born in Ghana and raised in the UK. The values I grew up with was that of respect, hard work and determination to overcome any obstacle in front of you. Those values led me to aspire to study law. I was asked right from year 10 what I wanted to be and since studying law I have not looked back. The areas of law that interest me are employment law, corporate law and European law. ​ 

Miroslava Dimitrova

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Miroslava Dimitrova and I am a recent BPTC LLM Graduate currently living in Leeds and volunteering with West Yorkshire Police. I have always been interested in law growing up in a country with a corrupt Criminal Justice System. I am an aspiring barrister passionate about criminal law and the implications of the UK CJS on youths. My work with Cardiff Innocence Project and volunteering with South Wales Police during my undergraduate Law and Criminology studies at Cardiff University made me realise that everyone deserves a legal representation and a fair trial regardless of the crime they have committed. Often there are underlying complex socio-economic issues involved, acting as the driving force for commission of crime. I have experience working with vulnerable and difficult clients and possess excellent advocacy and drafting skills. 

James Sinclair

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I'm James, a final year Law student from Newport. As cliché as it sounds, I first got interested in law when I watched Suits all those years ago but it wasnt until I did work experience with Watkins & Gunn that I realised the real world of law was totally different from the glamour of American dramas; and that was not a bad thing. I became deeply fascinated by the more personal aspects of of the law with closer regard to the impact on the individual rather than societal policy considerations. With my current work as a clerk at the Cardiff Civil and Famoy Justice Centre, I have been given a much more intimate look into the process of bringing a case to trial and getting to witness a huge variety of these each and every day has been eye opening. The most rewarding part of the job so far has been seeing the enormous impact of a judge's decision on a child's future where they may not have otherwise had one, or it would have been less than ideal. The areas of law I most want to work in are Family, Clinical Negligence and Wills & Probates. I hope I can provide you with the support and service you both need and deserve.

Megan Vicary

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Heya! My name is Megan Vicary and I've just graduated with a Politics and History degree. I am hoping to pursue a Law conversion course in the future with the end goal of going into social welfare law, either practicing or advocating for reform on the policy side of things. I am most passionate about expanding access to legal aid. Relentless cuts have left the legal aid services severely under-resourced, leaving too many people without proper access to advice and representation.

Shawn Francine Alexandra Reo

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Shawn Francine Alexandra Reo, and I am an incoming Magister Juris (MJur) student at The University of Oxford. Additionally, I hold a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from The Hague University of Applied Sciences with a year abroad at The University of Lincoln, where I studied Law and Criminology, and a Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) from The University of Law. My interest in law piqued as I took part in a legal mentorship program in high school, whereby I developed a fresh understanding of the intricate legal narratives there are in law. My passion lies in the areas of public policy, social justice, and white-collar crime. Ultimately, I aspire to practice as a solicitor and promote justice in the aforementioned above.

Shauna McGinn

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Shauna and I am currently a second year Law student at Cardiff University. My interest in law stemmed from studying law at A level where I was drawn to not only the academically stimulating nature of the subject but also its relevance to everyday life. Much of my work experience has been in supporting low-income families so I am eager to be involved with a project that aligns with my values. I have particularly enjoyed the intricacies of Contract Law during my degree as well as Media Law and Intellectual Property Law. However, I am still early in my legal journey and ready to experience new and challenging practice areas.

Cassandra Stead

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Cassandra, and I am a final year Bachelor of Business Administration student specialising in finance at BI Norwegian Business School in Oslo, Norway. I will soon be starting my legal studies at BPP Law School commencing the LLM Law and Legal Practice Course in September 2021. I am interested in law because of how varied it is, and the international, challenging and stimulating nature of the day to day work. I aspire to work as a commercial lawyer with a focus on finance law.


Annie Akofio-Sowah

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Annie Akofio-Sowah. I am currently studying the LPC and LLM at the University of Law. I am a case worker and primarily deal with employment law, immigration law and family law matters. I chose to study law because I knew doing so would provide me with the opportunity to follow my passion, which is, to stand in the gap for those individuals who are not aware of their legal rights. I have a particular passion for employment law, company law and commercial law.

Laura Lloyd

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi! My name is Laura Lloyd and I am currently doing my LLM/LPC at the University of Law. I chose to study law as I have always had a desire to understand the world around me, and law effectively governs every choice we make every day. Due to my empathetic nature, I believe my law degree will be an effective tool in aiding the community with little to no legal knowledge, to resolve their issues as best I can. I love the challenge understanding the law possesses, whilst the reward in knowing it can be used for good as I believe everyone deserves equal and fair access to representation. I am passionate about human rights law and environmental law as I am a vegan activist, hoping to shine light on the issues we currently face as a society. 

Hajra Nadeem

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Hajra Nadeem and I am final year Law student at Cardiff University. A career in Law to me means being uniquely positioned to help individuals that find it particularly difficult to access justice, whether due to financial or other reasons.

The most interesting areas of Law for me that I would like to eventually pursue are Medical Negligence, Personal Injury and Criminal. Through this project, I hope to play my part in making legal help more accessible to the community.

Jesse Akiwumi 

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello, my name is Jesse! I am currently studying the Graduate Diploma in Law and planning to study the LPC next year at the University of Law. I was drawn to law because of how diverse the subject is and how it affects all aspects of our daily lives! I believe that the law can be used to protect peoples rights and I am particularly interested in contract law and the law surrounding wills!

Ashleigh Louise Green

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hey! My name is Ashleigh Green and I'm a first generation 2nd year studying BSc Computer Forensics and Security. Over the last few years, I have discovered a deep interest in Law, and I am currently looking at viable options for a pathway into a career in Law.

I came from a less privileged background which has made me very passionate about expanding access to legal aid and helping others. Due to successive cuts legal aid services have faced they are on the brink, resulting in people having limited access to legal representation and advice.

The areas of Law that currently pique my interest are criminal law, white-collar crime, family law and corporate law.

Marcel Kozdrowski

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Marcel Kozdrowski and I am a first year Business with Law student at Queen Mary University of London. I chose to study business with law due to my passion for both subjects, which really began developing at the beginning of my A level courses, where I was introduced to contract law, which is now my favorite area in law by far.

Katie Smith

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Katie Smith and I study Law with Criminology at Edge Hill University. During my time at college, I visited Parliament and The Supreme Court which sparked my interest in studying law and pursuing a legal career. I love helping clients and making a difference. Law is one of the most fundamental subject areas, it undertakes every aspect of our lives and is constantly evolving and updating to keep up with society. I am keen to be a part of this project, I believe in the ethos and values of expanding access and representation to clients in difficult situations who may not have many resources. I have experience in commercial and corporate law as well as wealth management but I particularly enjoy criminal, tort and public law. My aspiration is to become a solicitor.

Audrey Ogwang 

Community Law Project - Paralegal

 My name is Audrey Ogwang and I graduated from the University of Sheffield studying Sociology with Criminology. I am an incoming Law and Legal Practice student at BPP university in Manchester. My interest in law lies in my passion for helping marginalised and typically disadvantaged groups in society, hence why I am interested in sectors such as Human Rights Law, Immigration Law and Family Law. In the future, i endeavour to qualify as a solicitor in order to assist individuals in the best way that I can, which ensures that everyone can have an equal opportunity to attaining justice regardless of their background and social status.

Raahat Islam

Community Law Project - Paralegal

 I am Raahat Islam and I am first year undergraduate law student at the University of Birmingham. The decision to pursue a career in law originated from studying law at A level and understanding the importance of law in our everyday lives. Some of the opportunities available associated within the legal sector such as advocacy and mooting inspired me to delve into the depths of this fascinating industry. I know that critical thinking and analysis are essential qualities for a legal professional. Undertaking, experience at law firms have provided me with the opportunity to enhance my legal skills and an insight into the life of a lawyer. I aspire to practice law within the commercial sector and become involved In business based disputes and how the law applies. Networking is also vital as law is highly competitive. Networking is the key to opening the door.

Sophie Ashworth

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Sophie Ashworth. I am in my penultimate year of university, studying law at the University of Kent. I have always been fascinated by the law and the way it impacts people's lives. I love the idea of being able to help other people and businesses with my expertise, which is one of the many reasons as to why I want to go into law. Lawyers are portrayed in so many ways: one being the enchanting Harvey Specter side where the law seems effortless and the other being the stereotypical lawyer with no social life. I am interested in finding out the true reality of legal practice throughout my own experience. Commercial law interests me in particular because I like the idea of being able to incorporate real life issues into legal situations while working in a fast-paced and challenging environment. Equally, technology law is a growing sector which I am very fond of after studying a technology module at university. 

Patricia Ivanoiu

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Patricia Ivanoiu and I am an LLB (Hons) European Legal Studies undergraduate at University of Westminster as well as a Languages First Class graduate from Petroleum Gas University of Ploiesti, Romania. I am in my third year of undergraduate legal studies and currently partaking in a year of study abroad at University of Bologna, Department of Legal Studies. My interest in law stems from my admiration of the primary role of a lawyer: being a support for the one who seeks legal help. This interest of mine was affirmed not only by my extracurricular activities, but also by my involvement in the Westminster Legal Advice Clinic as a student advisor where I am able to give free legal advice to the members of the community in the area of employment law. Besides this proper experience in employment law I also possess a genuine interest and understanding of commercial and property law.

Amandeep Singh

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Amandeep Singh, I am an International student and a first class LLB graduate from Amity University (India), with two years of experience as a part time Intern in Civil and Criminal Litigation in District courts. The reason I decided to apply for this position is to transfer my skills in most efficient and productive manner. Having said that, client counselling and basic drafting is something in which I mastered myself, so if anyone who is aggrieved and in much more need of remedies , I would be more than happy to assist such Individuals with open heart, especially those who cannot afford such costs.

My hope is to become a solicitor one day in an International firm to make changes at a greater pace. 

Maria Olívia

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Maria Olívia. I completed a qualifying law degree in Brazil in 2010. In 2013, I finished my post-graduation in Tax Law and provided legal services for councils in Brazil. In 2021, I achieved my Graduated Diploma in Law at the University of Law. I always try to donate part of my time and technical knowledge to do good and improve people's lives. My aspiration is to become a immigration solicitor.

Fatima Razani

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I am a postgraduate student at the National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG) majoring in accounting and analytics. Prior to continuing my studies, I worked as a consultant at EY's forensic services with extensive investigation and compliance review experience. My nterest in commercial, corporate law, and white-collar crime comes from the importance of law in a business environment and how violating the law negatively affected the people and organization. Therefore, I aspire to assist people and organizations in solving their legal matters through CLP.

Madeleine Wendling

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello! My name is Madeleine Wendling and I am studying my GDL at the University of Law in London, England.

I was born in Canada and did my undergraduate degree there, at McGill University, in opera singing. I have always been extremely passionate about criminology and the environment. My devotion to these causes has led me to change careers and study law. Having been raised on Vancouver Island, I have witnessed first hand the devastating impact of deforestation and ocean pollution on ecosystems and communities of people. I am determined to use my voice to fight for climate injustice and stand up for those who don't have one. I am most interested in environmental law, criminal law, human rights law, and international law. 

Jamie Richards

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi! I'm Jamie and I am a first year LLB student at the University of Westminster. I have an interest in Criminal Law, Human Rights Law and Access to Justice. I chose law because the ever-changing legal landscape often leaves people behind, and I want to support those that all too often put at a disadvantage. Access to legal aid and support has decreased dramatically over the past few years and this has led to many, often vulnerable, people to be without the resources to protect their dignity and livelihood. Justice is for everyone, not just the rich.

Suzanne Laing

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Suzanne Laing. I currently in 3rd year of the the LLB at Edinburgh Napier University. I choose to study law as the workings of the legal system fascinated me. I have a passion to help other people and ensure that they have access to legal advice as the law is something that will affect everyone at some point, I also have a passion to ensure justice for wrongdoings. I have a particular interest in commercial law, medical negligence and employment law. 

Sarah Copeman

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Sarah Copeman and I am currently a final-year law student at the University of Portsmouth. I chose to pursue a legal career due to the both the breadth of work it encompasses and the real-world impact law has. It is an area that affects everyone, and I want to work on the forefront of such an extensive, evolutive sector. I am particularly interested in property law and real estate after having chosen to research these areas for my dissertation. 

Noorishah Moledina

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I am a graduate in International Relations (Bsc) from the University of Southampton. I aim to study the law conversion course (MA) Law, in September 2021. My passion for the law stems from hearing about the impact of a corrupt legal system in Uganda under the rule of the dictator Idi Amin which was a cruel reality that faced my grandparents. Leaving friends, family, their livelihood and the country they once called home at a moment's notice, with no protection from a legal system was a devastating truth for them and a distant reality to life under a functioning democracy. Having witnessed such injustices on a personal level has stemmed a deep desire within me to become a lawyer, with the focus on helping as many individuals as possible. Therefore, I decided to apply for this position as I hope to help those who do not have the capacity by assisting them in legal matters.

Lauren Wearing

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, I’m Lauren a first year law student at Edge Hill University. I have always been fascinated by the law and the way it impacts everyone’s lives. I was introduced to the legal profession at a young age as all throughout secondary school I took part in a pathway to law programme, which helped me decided on a career within the legal profession. The reason I decided to apply for this position as my passion for helping others has really shone through out my first year at university and I am also keen to help people who think that they cannot access the legal profession. My hope is to one day become a solicitor in an international law firm.

Muhammad Hairil Salleh

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Muhammad Hairil Salleh and I am a penultimate year law student from the University of Birmingham. I chose to pursue law because I am intrigued by the legal aspects of business transactions that occur in the commercial world. I am particularly interested in IP law and Real Estate law. I like to be involved with the community as it gives me a chance to improve my skills I need as a solicitor as well as provide assistance to those who need it.

Aleksandra Zuk

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Aleks and I am a second-year law student at Manchester Metropolitan University. I always knew I wanted to pursue a career which has a great impact on our society, so I decided to study law. I constantly try enriching my knowledge by attending networking events and undertaking legal courses. I aspire to become a solicitor and I am particularly interested in employment, human rights and corporate law

Lana Mesaric

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Lana Mesaric, and I am in my second year studying LLB Law (Hons) at the University of Westminster. I am also currently volunteering with the Citizen’s Advice in my area. The law is a fascinating field of study and the positive impacts that can be made on people’s lives is what made me pursue a career in law. The areas of law that interest me the most are criminal law and family law. 

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