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The National Community Law Project CIC

Megan Allen

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Megan Allen and I am currently a second year LLB student at The University of Law. The reason I chose to study Law is because I am a keen believer in equality and fairness and would love to dedicate a career to championing those beliefs in society. The key areas of law I am interested in are: Employment, Tort and Commercial. I am also incredibly passionate about environmentalism which is reflective in my eco-friendly lifestyle. 

Kruti Vyas

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Kruti Vyas. I study LLB (Honors) at the University of Central Lancashire. I am an international student from Kenya. As a child, I wanted to pursue medicine because everybody I looked up to, seemed to be a doctor. However, when I realised that I wanted to help people in their daily life, I immediately knew that I would carve my own path and become a lawyer. My areas of interest include; Human Rights, Public Law and medicine and the law.

Kobitha Vickneswaran

Community Law Project - Paralegal

 Hi, my name is Kobitha Vickneswaran and I am a second year law-student at the University of East Anglia. I believe it is very important for all of us to do whatever we can to help the community. We must all play our part in helping the people around us and try our best to make it a better place. Along with all this, I am constantly being introduced to new areas of law and am only intrigued and fascinated as to what more I can learn from this experience. I hope this will allow me to build and further my knowledge in law and give me the hands-on experience I need to improve my written and communication skills.  

Chetna Ervankai

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Chetna Ervankai and I am currently studying the LPC LLM at the University of Law. I chose law because it is an area of study that is very dynamic, is prevalent in everyday life and is a profession that keeps you constantly learning. Volunteering at my university law clinic allowed me to understand how the law is applied in practice and it also showed me that many people struggle with access to justice. My interests are wide ranging and include family law, private client, media law and IP.

Will Howard

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Will Howard and I am currently completing my GDL at University of Law. Having received a BA in Philosophy, Psychology and History of Scientific Thought from the University of Leeds, I worked at an investment boutique in London for nearly 4 years. Alongside this, I completed a part-time MSc in Real Estate from UCEM. Leaving the job in February 2020 meant that I inadvertently found myself with a great deal of time to reflect on my life to date and assess how I could put my energies into effecting tangible good within the world going forward. Consequently, I am now requalifying to pursue a career that will enable me to meaningfully participate in the pivot towards green energy, green infrastructure and curating a more sustainable future for our planet, in whichever avenue of law that those aims can be best delivered through.

Tendai Mukutuma

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello. My name is Tendai Mukutuma and I Study LLB law with criminology at St Marys University. I am currently a 3rd year student and after I graduate, I will be doing my masters in LLM criminal law and criminal justice. I chose to study law to help and protect those in need, to serve justice and be part of the solution in an unjust system. I am an aspiring barrister who wants to advocate for those who need it.

Tadiwa Daka

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello! My name is Tadiwa Daka, I am a GDL graduate from The University of Law in Leeds. Law is a pervasive subject that affects all parts of our lives from large to small, my motivation comes from the idea that this is an ever-evolving field where the landscape of the field can change at any moment. Having initially studied a degree in biology at Liverpool John Moores University, experience at law firms during my time gave me an insight into the life of a lawyer and the impact legal professionals can have on a community and through this experience I decided to go into further study and take on law at a postgraduate level. Through this project I hope to play a part in making legal help more widely accessible to those who may struggle to have access to it otherwise, I am passionate about helping people to overcome the barriers they may face when going through the legal system. Ultimately my goal is to become a solicitor, I aspire to practice law within the property sector and become involved in conveyancing and the law surrounding these transactions.

Salma Amer

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Salma Amer, I graduated from faculty of law english department from Alexandria University in May 2019. I worked in International relations and I love legal research, as it makes people very conscious about what’s going on in their society, I was an intern in Business and Human Rights at Clifford Chance and an intern in a National Bank of Egypt in the corporate department. I decided to keep going in my main field (Law). I tended to work in law because I see a great greatness in achieving justice and humanity, as well as for preserving rights and conditions, by applying through the rules, which helps people to be very comfortable and reassuring. I want to play a role in the business field that I am very passionate about to make a change in the business cycle. So, I am interested in corporate- international law -human rights-international events. I have free time to volunteer and my goal is to be intern in the corporate business department and international commercial law.

Maya Supra-Wood

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello! My name is Maya Supra-Wood and I am in my final year at the University of Westminster studying law. Whilst walking through a street market as a young girl I recognised, without hesitation, the iconic Burberry 'Nova check' painted across a stall of clothing. These garments were not Burberry owned but rather they were imitations of the Burberry trademark. This developed my curiosity in the types of legal protection which can be afforded to the fashion industry. Having developed my own small vintage clothing business via an online platform, I wish to pursue a career which connects my love for fashion and commerce with my passion for law. For these reasons, I am particularly interested in commercial law and intellectual property with the ultimate goal of forging a career in fashion law.

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