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The National Community Law Project CIC

Our Volunteers

And yes, we do have an evergrowing number of volunteers ready to help you out!

Erisa Tsani

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I am Erisa, a recent LLB Law graduate, working as a case manager dealing with public and employer liability claims for a city law firm. I am currently studying to become a Chartered Legal Executive, specialising in Civil Litigation. I am interested in law because it affects our every day life and plays a crucial part in our society. I enjoy helping people to recognise and exercise their legal rights and responsibilities.

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.

Paul Pollard

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Paul Pollard. I am 37 years old so possibly an older entry to the game. I am currently serving in the  military with a few and would like to begin law as a new career. I've always had a passion for the law and the correct procedures because I see it as needed for a peaceful and well-maintained living world. Through my personal and work experience, I have a particular interest in family law, especially where it concerns children's welfare.

Alyx Forester

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello! My name is Alyx Forester, I am currently in my final year studying LLB Law. The reason I chose to study law was because of the fast-paced, everchanging nature of legal life. For me this was enhanced following a week spent at a national law firm shadowing legal experts, this allowed me to gain an incite of the everyday life of a solicitor. I am an optimistic person with a passion for helping others. My goal is to become a Family Law solicitor as the human aspect and rewarding nature of this sector has really attracted me to the profession.

James Lothian

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is James Lothian and I’ve recently obtained my Law Degree from Cardiff University. Law appeals to me because the combination of more formulaic work with scope for discursive and creative tasks, and managing a diverse clientele, makes it a really dynamic area to work. The commitment of many firms to Pro Bono also makes it a great vocation to impact the community whilst doing the work you enjoy. I am particularly passionate about energy law as it adds an interesting dimension to most conventional corporate work, as well as shipping law because it is inherently multijurisdictional. I’m a driven person who likes getting involved with new projects and taking on responsibility.

Kaitlyn Robinson

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Kaitlyn Robinson and I am a Law Masters student at Cardiff University. I chose to study law because of its real world implications, how interesting and varied it is, and the ability to help people access the rights and resources they deserve. I am interested in developing skills in all areas of law, with a particular interest in Public Law and Discrimination Law.

Tom Luton

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Tom Luton, and I have recently graduated from Cardiff University. I choose to study Law, as it affects us all and shapes the way we govern our society. I am passionate about striving to ensure that all people, particularly the most vulnerable and marginalised, have access to free legal advice and support when they most need it. After a decade that has seen brutal cuts to legal aid, it is more important than ever that organisation such as the Community Law Project are able to step in where government has failed and provide professional legal advice to those on low incomes. In the long term, my goal is to pursue a career in Human Rights Law, either as a solicitor or a barrister, to ensure the rights and dignity of all are protected under law regardless of background.

Maranatha Kifle

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello, my name is Maranatha Kifle and I am a third year Law LLB student at Cardiff University. I chose to study law as I wanted to understand further what is essentially the only scripted manual to life in our society; it's roots and how it operates practically. I have a particular interest in Family Law , and the invisible legal relationships that the common man finds themselves in. Which in turn has helped foster a desire to increase accessibility of legal advise and support.

Devina Mistry

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, I’m Devina and I am a recent Law graduate from Sheffield Hallam University. Academically, I have enjoyed studying the law since A-Level, but my passion to serve justice and provide legal aid to those in need arose when I became a Student Adviser in the Law Clinic at my University. Especially in the Refugee Clinic where I came face to face with the struggle’s refugees face in reuniting with their family members, who they are forced to leave behind when seeking sanctuary. I aim to do the LPC in the forthcoming years, whilst gaining legal work experience as a Paralegal. I aspire to be a family or immigration solicitor and I also have an interest in Environmental Law, Human Rights Law and Intellectual Property Law. 

Janhavi Gosai

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi my name is Janhavi, I have recently finished studying the LPC with a MSc in Law, Business and Management at the University of Law. My key area's of interest are in Immigration law, Commercial law and Company law. Law as a subject is ever changing and affects us in our everyday life, when making a small transaction to signing a contract. I studied law as it is important to learn how the law itself protects and safeguards the rights that we are all entitled to.

Lewis Gibson

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Lewis Gibson and I am a final year Law and Politics student at Cardiff University. My interest in law has derived from my passion for equal rights and justice. I believe the law is a key tool in aiding those marginalised in our society and helping provide equal access to legal aid is a goal of mine, these beliefs and goals have also led me to volunteer at a LGBTQ+ law clinic. I feel it is important to give back to the community when coming from any place of privilege, which is my aim.

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