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The National Community Law Project CIC

Chantelle Knight

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I'm Chantelle Knight, I am currently a grounded final year law student. My passion for the law stemmed at the point I was exposed to the disparities and inequities which exist in the justice system. I'd like to be a part of the change that is required in order to exercise fairness and safeguarding amongst those who are most vulnerable. As an individual who hopes to defy the odds and make it to the Bar in due course, I feel it is my moral duty to prescribe legal advice to clients who are absent of the relevant knowledge to achieve their personal objectives. 

Nafeesah Chowdhury

Community Law Project - Paralegal

 My name is Nafeesah Chowdhury. I graduated from Coventry University in Law during the global Pandemic in 2020. Within three months of graduating, I became a Court of Protection Paralegal in a law firm in Oxford. Having the ability to assist in helping individuals access the justice system is the main reason I wanted to enter the legal field. The areas of law that interest me are: Property Law, Family Law and Corporate Law.

Daniel Mite

Community Law Project - Paralegal

 My name is Daniel Mite, and I am an aspiring solicitor with excellent academic results (First-Class) at Manchester Metropolitan University, Law School. I will start my second year this September, and I am eager to practice all that I have learned to gain experience whilst I have the amazing opportunity to help others. I am interested in making an impact in the world, and I believe that law is the right way. I am passionate about corporate, tort, and constitutional law. In addition, I have consolidated experience in customer service. I will make sure that your inquiries are resolved promptly and efficiently.

India Milano

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello! My name is India Milano, and I am a second-year Politics, Philosophy and Law student at King's College London. My passion for the law grew out of its' universality, determining every facet of our daily lives and global society, and its versatility in finding answers to practical and ethical questions. Studying a holistic degree, I am motivated by finding innovative and creative responses where legal and political-economic areas overlap, pushing all-encompassing transformations. Today, my interests are driven by finding legal solutions to pressing issues as the energy industry, geopolitical risk factors, and civil rights violations. My passion for the latter and the volunteering sector started when studying abroad in India for six months, engaging in community work and internalising social justice's importance as the basis of our society. 

Akshay Sharma

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I am a student at Manipal University, Jaipur studying B.A.LL.B(Hons), I am currently majoring in a 5yrs B.A.LL.B. (Hons.)Course from Manipal University Jaipur, and will be completing my 6th semester in June. I chose to study law because I was fascinated by it and having the privilege of serving as a volunteer with you will give me the further exposure I need to advance my career. I have done internships in Rajasthan State Legal Service Authorities, working as Research Assistant at Center for Cyber Juridical Studies, SoL Manipal University Jaipur and so on.

Kunjan Jogdand

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I am Kunjan Jogdand, a third year law student at ILS Law College. I am interested in law because it is an instrument to social change in the society. I was always passionate about the legal aspects of every transaction in life. I aim to be a corporate lawyer, and am keen to explore more areas of law.

Pamela Cuenca

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Pamela, and I will be starting my second year of Law LLB at the University of Derby. I decided to pursue this career because I would like to know more about the laws we follow within a changing society. I am currently doing summer internships, and I like drafting advice letters and shadowing lawyers while helping people to obtain the advice they need. I am looking forward to being part of this project because I would like to make a difference for people whose economic resources would not allow them to obtain the legal advice needed to solve their situations. While also enhancing my legal skills and improving my research techniques. I aspire to pursue a career in commercial law, but I am also open to other areas of law to have a broader insight.  

Serena Larrier

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, I'm Serena Larrier and I am a final year Law and Criminology student due to graduate at the University of Surrey. I have always kept a keen eye on the legal system, its progressive nature, and the affect it can have on the lives of citizens. I want to gain a valuable and practical insight whilst using my knowledge to ensure individuals can obtain access and benefit from legal representation.

Jasmine Gharbi

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Jasmine and I am a final year law student at City, University of London. The reason why I am interested in law is that I dream of living in a just and peaceful society, where public order and security are ensured, and the law is essential for this purpose. I am particularly interested in corporate law and I want to qualify as a solicitor to work at a corporate law firm.

Tom Fletcher

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Tom Fletcher. I am a second year law student and just about to begin my third year at the University of Salford. Studying law has shown me the in-depth and complex nature of the legal system which can be difficult for people to navigate without the right guidance. I am a firm believer in fair legal representation for all. This is why I want to pursue a career in law, to provide assistance and advice to clients and most importantly, making sure their rights are protected and justice is upheld. The areas I am most interested in are medical negligence, cyber law and family law. 

Wiktoria Hemperek

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Wiktoria Hemperek and I study Law at the University of Salford. I am currently progressing to my third year and I have chosen to study law for the reason of helping people. I always wanted a career where I could apply my knowledge to a fast changing world and with that in mind I knew law was a perfect career path for me. The specific areas I am passionate about are commercial law, cyber law and medical law. 

Simran Kaur Sondh

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Simran Kaur Sondh and I have just completed my undergraduate degree in biomedical sciences from the University of Warwick. I will be starting my PGDL and LLM at BPP University and I chose to convert to law as my final year dissertation was based on the impacts of intellectual property on our global food system. My dissertation allowed me to delve into how the law has a very prominent position within the life sciences and it inspired me to study law after completing my undergraduate degree. I am particularly interested in intellectual property law (especially within the life sciences e.g. patenting medical equipment, COVID-19 vaccinations and IP disputes and litigation) but I am looking forward to studying other aspects of law when I start my PGDL.

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