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The National Community Law Project CIC

Chi-Yeung Lo

Community Law Project - Paralegal

At the age of 32, I am very busy with my job and other commitments, but I never want to stop learning. I am a mature student reading law, and looking to further my studies with a master's in human rights law. I would like to become an Immigration and Asylum Lawyer to help other Hong Kong citizens obtain permanent residence in the UK as Hong Kong is currently facing political threat; freedom of speech and freedom of the press—which are core values in which I believe—are impacted by the National Security Law. The biggest challenge I currently face is prioritising and balancing my work, family and studies with limited time, energy and resources. I am fortunate enough to find support from my wife and fellow classmates who are always willing to help.

Husnaen Majeed

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Husnaen Majeed, I have graduated from the university of Derby with a 2:1 LLB Law degree in 2020. I have gained practical work experience in an immigration law firm and this is something which I can bring to the community law project (CLP). Some of the main reasons I wish to apply for a voluntary position at the CLP are as follows. I have followed the work that the CLP has carried out since it's inception. I feel that the values I hold align with the values of CLP such as the fact that CLP are involved in the community and want to make the law accessible and equal for all. I want to play my part in this and share the goodwill feeling with my fellow colleagues. The areas I can help in are criminal, immigration and family. 

Sadia Rahman

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Sadia and I'm second year law student at Queen Mary University of London. I decided to do a law degree after doing a week of work experience with a law firm where I learnt about many different areas of law and how a law firm works. My primary areas of interest are medical negligence and family law. I am passionate about social mobility, diversity and helping deliver justice to those who need it. After finishing my law degree, I hope to gain a training contract and to qualify as a solicitor in London.