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The National Community Law Project CIC

Teodora Ianus

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Teodora Ianus and I am a recent law school graduate from Queen Mary University of London. As a naturally inquisitive individual, I was attracted to law because of its continuously developing and complex nature, and its wide impact on both people and businesses. Participating in negotiation competitions throughout my studies, as well as studying abroad in my third year, allowed me to experience varied legal commercial dimensions, which strengthened my interest in this field. In my role as Student Advisor with Queen Mary Legal Advice Centre, I developed an interest in intellectual property, contract, and technology law – areas which I hope to build my career around. I frequently participate in networking events and virtual panel discussions to stay up to date with growing legal trends and developments.

I am also a Red Cross volunteer in my home country, which enabled me to have a real contribution towards disadvantaged communities through fund-raising projects. I seek to help people overcome obstacles to legal representation and ensure access to justice, for which the CLP provides a great avenue. 

Georgia Rose Hardman

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Georgia Rose Hardman. I am currently a first year law student studying law LLB at Edge Hill University. I’ve always had a fascination with law, deepening at GCSE years, and it’s ability to impact every tiny detail of our lives almost silently in some aspects. I have a growing fascination with criminal law and commercial law. Criminal simply because I believe it is a deeply morally complex area of law, in some instances a persons liberty is at stake. Law is not about the “headline” cases, rather the down to earth situations people face everyday, and utilising my knowledge to provide assistance to those in need.

Megan Bell

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I am a 3rd Year Law Student, studying at Edge Hill University, and I am currently due to graduate in July. I am also the Vice President of the Law Society, focusing on Mentoring and running the Social Media Pages. I am also a placeholder to study the LPC LLM in September 2021 at ULAW Liverpool. Since studying at Edge Hill, my passion for law has only since developed. I have wanted to peruse this career from being only young having been very interested in watching crime or lawyers on the television, and seeing the need for justice, alongside reform; especially fascinated with how law has changed since then. I believe I enjoy it the most because it's something I actually feel I can excel in. It has developed my confidence and academics greatly, as I have found myself developing a deeper interest in areas such as Media Law, Employment Law and Family Law, as well as Alternative Dispute Resolution having done an additional course in this with HUNT ADR. I believe my degree, alongside other ventures have opened my eyes to why assisting individuals to understand the law itself is so important, and so humbling knowing that you're helping somebody in fighting injustice, and I feel that this career path is perfect for me, for this reason. 

Ines Gana

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Ines and I am an LLB student (Hons). I study Law at the Open University. I have completed my first year in Criminology and Law, I will be issued with a certificate of higher education in Criminology and Law in July 2021. I will be undertaking my second year in Law from October 2021. I speak French, English and Arabic fluently. I have worked previously as a paralegal in criminal defence firm. I choose to study law as it is a very diverse subject, it is stable and it is a dynamic environment. But mainly I choose law as it brings justice when hope is gone. Protect human rights and make sure everyone is treated fairly no matter what area of law we specialise in.

I am passionate about criminal law, human rights, tort law. but also commercial and business! 

Chimere Nwaegbu

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I am a graduate from University of Leicester with a 2:1 in Law. I studied law because I was passionate to learn more about the legal systems and rules that govern society. I am motivated by helping others and I have discovered that the legal profession can offer a unique sense of fulfilment through protecting and empowering clients with the knowledge of their individual freedoms. 

Surabhi Agashe

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I'm Surabhi Agashe and I'm a first year law student at the University of Bristol. Having represented my school at the International Court of Justice at a Model United Nations conference, I started to develop an interest in public speaking, research and critical thinking. Following this, during the starting months of my law degree, I was assigned the role of legal advisor to a national charity. It was this experience that compounded my interest in a career in law as I thoroughly enjoyed undertaking legal research, distilling complex information and drafting legal documents. Currently, I'm interested in learning more about and exploring commercial law, public international law and social enterprise law. 

Nazneen Kauser

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Nazneen Kauser. I currently attend Manchester Metropolitan University where I study Law. I aspire to become a successful barrister. I chose this subject as Law always interested me, being able to be that support system for someone. Participating in making Legal Knowledge and expertise more accessible and varied. My interested fields include Family Law, Tort law and Criminal Law. 

Sharon Don-Okhuofu

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Sharon Don-Okhuofu and I am a final year law student at the University of Warwick planning to study the LPC in September 2021. Having grown up in Nigeria and studying Law in the UK, my passion for the law stems from recognising discrepancies in access to justice in both of these jurisdictions. This has led to my interest in making legal advice accessible to both small and medium sized enterprises, as well as individuals in need of legal aid. I am passionate about corporate and commercial law, real estate, and housing and tenant law, and I hope to use this project to make these areas of law easily accessible to the public. 

Louise Sorrado

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello, I'm Louise, a first-year Law student from Durham University. I chose to study law due to its wide applicability that can be used to help those in various areas of their life. I am also interested in being part of the effort to give free legal aid to those who cannot afford it. I aspire to explore various different areas of the law to eventually become a solicitor and assist people with the knowledge and experience I have gained.

Amelia Ava Alexis

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hey there! I am Amelia Ava Alexis, a year 2 undergraduate Law student in Durham University. My heart goes out to those that are unable to have access to legal remedies due to the lack of opportunity. Especially as a time as uncertain as now, there has been many more people in need for legal help. Thus, I hope to be able to be able to close these gaps by making legal help accessible even for those who are not as well to do. There is a broad spectrum in relation to law, and there are many practice areas, often overlapping with one another. With the experience I have up till date, I am still mostly inclined to the areas of corporate and finance law as I am intrigued by the way it is able to connect people, things, and ideas. Additionally, I am a huge people person and I love to interact with people of different cultures and backgrounds exchanging valuable insights, so do reach out to me if you would like to have chat!

Holly Cantley

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Holly Cantley and I am completing my Master's in Law at The University of Law. Coming from an arts background, I chose to study Law because I have a meticulous eye for detail, and relish analysing and critiquing scenarios and concepts from multiple angles. Furthermore, I find it fascinating how Law is full of ever-changing and conflicting statutory provisions and case law, which as Law students, we must continuously analyse and grapple with in order to form critically adept arguments, paired with creative and logical solutions. Particular areas of Law that I am interested in pursuing are: Intellectual Property Law, Media Law, Clinical Negligence, Personal Injury, Education, Employment Law, Conveyancing and Art Law. 

Niall O'Malley

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Niall and I am a recent graduate from the University of Sussex. I am interested in pursuing a career in family law because it involves such a wide variety of truly life-changing circumstances. Moreover, I believe that matters of the family are the most personal and socially important. Thus, they require a particularly sensitive and unique touch. I hope to specialise in this area of the law.

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