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The National Community Law Project CIC

Rhiannon Jade Brown

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi! I'm Rhiannon and I recently graduated from Northumbria University with my Masters in Law (including LPC). I currently work in-house as a legal assistant where I am required to work on a variety of matters relating to corporate and commercial law, litigation and IP. In my spare time, I enjoy focusing on human rights, particularly prisoner's rights and the abolishment of the death penalty.

I chose to pursue a career in law simply because I want to help make positive changes in people's lives! My next goals involve securing a training contract at a commercial law firm and qualifying as a US attorney.

Alice Cooper

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Alice Cooper and I am a first-year law student at the University of Bolton. I am a Sierra Leonean but spent majority of my life in Senegal where I attended an American curriculum style school and Ghana. My mother was actually the first person who said I would make a great lawyer because of my love for arguing and interest in politics. I chose to study law because I want to learn how laws are created and how they work. More than that I want to help create change in the world and help bring the justice system to those who need it. My interests are human rights and international law. I am still figuring out what my exact plans are next year and after graduation.

Roshni Suresh Babu

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Roshni Suresh Babu, and I am a first-year law student at Durham University. I am an Indian who was raised in the UAE. I chose to study law upon my work placement at a judicial non-profit organization, which worked to empower vulnerable people through knowledge of their basic rights. This experience helped me realize the importance of the law in society, and the need to be aware of it and spread that awareness. I hope to be able to do just that through my work at the Community Law Project. My goal is to become a commercial solicitor at a leading international firm.

Jezneel Durogene

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Jezneel Durogene and I am currently a first year law student at the University of Dundee. Having grown up in Nigeria, I have an appreciation of the role of power and how the law fits into that. I am passionate about helping provide opportunities for people and I believe the law has a unique role to play as it affects every and all areas of life. I believe that in positioning myself in the legal field, I can have the maximum impact. My short-term goal is to secure a training contract at a commercial law firm. 

Khushi Shah

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Khushi Shah and I'm a 2nd year Law Student at Durham University. I've always been interested in Criminal Law but in High School after taking Sociology as one of my subjects I was very intrigued by the legal system, human rights and social justice. Studying human behaviour and human motives have always been fascinating to me. In university I explored many different areas of the law, I love the analytical and critical approach it has. I'm also interested in IP Law and Media Law. I love volunteering and helping people nothing makes me happier, I want to be the change I wish to see in the world. 

Jemma Fieldsend

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Jemma Fieldsend. I am a first year law student at Leeds Beckett University. My interest for law began when I first studied it at A-level and being able to help people is something I'm very passionate about. I'm especially interested in family law and medical law but would welcome any opportunity to learn and experience other areas!