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The National Community Law Project CIC



Elle-Jade Hirst

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Elle. I am currently a second year law student at the University of Lincoln. My long term goal is to pursue a career as a solicitor. I chose to study law because I want change. Law is about the people and making a change for that particular person in mind. I want to make a difference on a personal level. To those that can't find their voice, to those who need support at night when they're feeling uneasy and to those who don't fully understand and so I try to help them understand. That is why I chose Law. 


Gwendolyn Megan Jenkins

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, I am Gwendolyn Megan Jenkins, and I am a final year student at Cardiff University. I am continuing my studies at Cardiff University next year, securing my LPC. Having played rugby when I was younger, I was interested in the law within the sport and fascinated to explore it in detail as I aged. It is only when I got older and started my degree that I became passionate about the subject. I have a particular interest in my Family Law module as well as legal aid. Seeing the consequences of the cuts to legal aid, creating 'advice deserts', made me want to pursue a career path which enables me to help those in need.

Chloe Khor

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Chloe Khor and I am an LPC LLM graduate. I completed my LLB at the University of Liverpool, and subsequently completed the LPC at the University of Law in London. Initially, I studied law as I found it to be a useful and interesting subject which affects aspects of our everyday lives. I then decided to pursue it as a career as I wanted to use my knowledge to help advise others, particularly those who come from disadvantaged backgrounds. My interests are in family law, private client law and immigration law.

Knoxanne McLeod

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I’m currently an LPC LLM student at the University of Law. To me, law has always been about protection, protecting the individual, the families, the companies, the environment etc, an aspect which drew me into law, I knew I wanted to be part of that. As I learn more about law and through attendance of law talks I’m constantly learning about different types of law, from family law to sports law to IP law, my interests are wide and I’m excited about this potential experience.

Sara Al-Mohsin

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi! I'm Sara and I am a recent LLB graduate from The University of West London and current LLM Legal Practice student.

I realised that I wanted to pursue a career in law at the age of 14 because I have always been fascinated with the way the law works and the way it really makes me think, not only during my studies but outside in the world too. I thoroughly enjoy helping others especially when it comes to solving problems and issues. I am excited for my future as a solicitor and I am interested in a number of areas especially sports law, medical law and public international law. My hope is to work in an international law firm

Fabiha Miah

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Fabiha Miah. I am currently studying the LPC along with Masters in Advanced Drafting at Swansea University.

My passion for law comes from its great impact on society, it helps individual's to access their legal rights and provides the resources that they deserve.

I aspire to become a solicitor in any of the following areas:

- Wills and Probate

- Clinical Negligence

- Personal Injury

- Family Law

Fatiha Begum Lima

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Fatiha Begum Lima and I am a masters student studying LLM and LPC at Swansea University. I really developed my interest in law during my LLB degree. I chose this degree because I wanted to gain insight into the legal systems and understand how the laws govern modern society. My aspirations are to become a solicitor but in my free time I like to spend time volunteering and working to raise money for different charities.

Irene Albesiano

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello! I'm Irene and I am in my final year studying Economics and Politics at the University of Manchester. Currently, I am taking a Business Law unit and I love it! I have then decided to apply for the MA Law starting in September and pursue a career in the law sector. I am particularly interested in Employment Law, Immigration Law and Human Rights. However, I am a very curious person and I am keen to explore other areas of law before qualifying. 

Kiera Jones

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I’m Kiera, a part-time LPC(LLM) student studying at Cardiff University. I believe that legal services should not be beyond anyone’s reach and this has been my motivation to undertake pro-bono programs in the areas of family law and nursing care law. I feel like becoming a volunteer paralegal with The National Community Law Project is the ideal way to utilise my abilities and provide the public with an access to justice, a right that is continually becoming more infringed. As I work well with emotionally charged situations and thrive on client contact, my passion for family law has continuously grown and I hope to pursue this path in my future career. I also have an interest in the areas of employment law and private client. 

Aqsa Nadeem

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello Everyone! My name is Aqsa Nadeem. I am an aspiring barrister with an undergraduate degree in International Business Administration and currently pursuing GDL from the University of law London. The reason I decided to change my field because of my volunteering experience with an NGO where I worked teaching children and women that made me realize the importance of law and litigation. I have an interest in Family Law related to childcare, human rights, animal law,personal injury, negligence and immigration law.

Constantinos Charalambous

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Constantinos Charalambous and I am in my final year of BA Criminal Justice and Criminology at the University of Hertfordshire, I am set to start my legal journey by studying MA Law in September 2021. My interest in law and legal services arose during the 2nd year of my academic studies at UOH after the completion of some law-related modules, Rather start again, my mother always told me to "Finish what you start" and I value that in any aspect of my life. I enjoy attending networking and social events related to law which is something I continue to do. Although my goal is to secure a training contract at a sports law firm, I have interests in criminal, international and corporate law.

Halima Khanom

Community Law Project - Paralegal

 Hello! I'm Halima Khanom. I chose Law as an A-Level after watching Law and order, where I quickly became obsessed with wanting to become a lawyer. I am now a Law with Criminology student at Leeds Beckett University. The areas I am most passionate about is Public and criminal Law.

Hollie Watson

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Hollie and I study law at Liverpool University, and I am currently in my first year. I chose to study law because I wanted to understand more about how changing laws have impacts in our day to day life. I am passionate and aspire to have a career as a commercial/corporate solicitor. I am enthusiastic and aspire to help people solve their challenges.

Rhiannon Jade Brown

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi! I'm Rhiannon and I recently graduated from Northumbria University with my Masters in Law (including LPC). I currently work in-house as a legal assistant where I am required to work on a variety of matters relating to corporate and commercial law, litigation and IP. In my spare time, I enjoy focusing on human rights, particularly prisoner's rights and the abolishment of the death penalty.

I chose to pursue a career in law simply because I want to help make positive changes in people's lives! My next goals involve securing a training contract at a commercial law firm and qualifying as a US attorney.

Alice Cooper

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Alice Cooper and I am a first-year law student at the University of Bolton. I am a Sierra Leonean but spent majority of my life in Senegal where I attended an American curriculum style school and Ghana. My mother was actually the first person who said I would make a great lawyer because of my love for arguing and interest in politics. I chose to study law because I want to learn how laws are created and how they work. More than that I want to help create change in the world and help bring the justice system to those who need it. My interests are human rights and international law. I am still figuring out what my exact plans are next year and after graduation.

Roshni Suresh Babu

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Roshni Suresh Babu, and I am a first-year law student at Durham University. I am an Indian who was raised in the UAE. I chose to study law upon my work placement at a judicial non-profit organization, which worked to empower vulnerable people through knowledge of their basic rights. This experience helped me realize the importance of the law in society, and the need to be aware of it and spread that awareness. I hope to be able to do just that through my work at the Community Law Project. My goal is to become a commercial solicitor at a leading international firm.

Jezneel Durogene

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Jezneel Durogene and I am currently a first year law student at the University of Dundee. Having grown up in Nigeria, I have an appreciation of the role of power and how the law fits into that. I am passionate about helping provide opportunities for people and I believe the law has a unique role to play as it affects every and all areas of life. I believe that in positioning myself in the legal field, I can have the maximum impact. My short-term goal is to secure a training contract at a commercial law firm. 

Khushi Shah

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Khushi Shah and I'm a 2nd year Law Student at Durham University. I've always been interested in Criminal Law but in High School after taking Sociology as one of my subjects I was very intrigued by the legal system, human rights and social justice. Studying human behaviour and human motives have always been fascinating to me. In university I explored many different areas of the law, I love the analytical and critical approach it has. I'm also interested in IP Law and Media Law. I love volunteering and helping people nothing makes me happier, I want to be the change I wish to see in the world. 

Jemma Fieldsend

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Jemma Fieldsend. I am a first year law student at Leeds Beckett University. My interest for law began when I first studied it at A-level and being able to help people is something I'm very passionate about. I'm especially interested in family law and medical law but would welcome any opportunity to learn and experience other areas!

Angelika Witasik

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Angelika. I come from Poland and I have lived in England for nine years. I am currently in my second year of Law at University of Derby. I am a disabled person, who has heard from doctors twice that not will win. I won. Due to this, I never give up, I give 110% of myself. Moreover, I can work under time pressure. I can find myself as a member of a team or as well as a leader.

Why Criminal Law? I would like to help people. All people deserve for chance, even if they done bad things. My main interest is criminal law. I would like everyone to have the right in theory and practice to fair trials and access to the best legal protection regardless of their financial situation.

Taaibah Azad

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Taaibah Azad and I am currently a first year law student, studying LLB Law at Leeds Beckett University. I am interested in law as there are various different sectors that allow you to assist others and make an impact on their daily lives. I am also interested in family law and public law, whilst also being keen to explore other sectors of law. 

Brian Tan Yee

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello there! My name is Brian Tan Yee and I am a final year law student from the University of Hertfordshire. After finishing my LLB degree, I am looking to become a qualified solicitor by pursuing an LLM/LPC degree. However, my career ambitions stretch far beyond that as I also intend to become a Barrister in the future. I am also very interested in law enforcement and thus, I aspire to join the police force and possibly, the National Crime Agency.

I first chose to study law because I had a childish but idealistic belief to rid corruption from society, in particular, the political and legal circles. My interest in law is now driven by my past experiences in the education sector as a teacher assistant and Sunday School teacher and also from learning about the increasing number of cases of paedophilia and child abuse from the news. My desire to wage war on such crimes against children fuels my fascination with Family Law and Criminal Law.

Rosie Egan-Hanlon

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Rosie Egan-Hanlon and I studied at Nottingham Trent for my undergraduate LLB degree and am currently studying my LPC LLM at the University of Law. My initial interest in law came through my study of it at A Level and has since flourished. I have enjoyed studying the majority of areas of law up until this point however my favourites and the most interesting in my opinion would be Real Estate, Employment or Private Client. I cannot wait to get stuck into this project!

Isabella Mansfield

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Isabella Mansfield and I’m currently completing my Advanced LLM in Public International Law, specialising in International Criminal Law. I have thoroughly enjoyed participating in pro bono work throughout my time at university, which has been a great driving force for my areas of interest. I am most passionate about human rights, immigration and public international law. 

Helmy Abosehly

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Helmy Abosehly, I am a Certified Egyptian Lawyer and I study a Masters in law at Tanta University in Egypt. I am in my first year and currently practice law in Egypt. I chose to study law due to knowing the scope of people's rights in various areas of law . My purpose is to secure a training contract at an Arbitration and Commercial law firm in UK to be a Solicitor.

Thaila Parvin

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Thaila Parvin. I am a first year law with criminology student at Leeds Beckett University. I've always aimed to help and support people and since being introduced to law properly at A-level, it has shown me how the law widely impacts our everyday lives through our every-changing legal system. I'd like to help prevent any further injustices and help those in need.

My particular interests are Public, Tort, Human Rights and Criminal law, although I am definitely open to learning about other areas too.

Kirsty Lewington

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, I'm Kirsty and I'm a penultimate year Law Degree student at The Open University. I have accepted a conditional offer to study the LPC with The University of Law in 2022. I would like to become a Solicitors Advocate. When I first started studying it was Criminal Law that always caught my eye but as I have progressed with my studying I have decided I would like to have a career in medical law ans clinical negligence and human rights.

Cristina Niculae

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Cristina Niculae and I am a senior LLB student at The Hague University of Applied Sciences. For as long as I can remember, justice and fairness have always been my guiding values. My interest in law started as a compelling desire to right the wrongs I witnessed as a result of growing up in a corrupt country. Currently I am studying International and European Law. In my third year, I followed a specialisation in International Humanitarian and Criminal Law. Recently I completed my undergraduate dissertation, where I discussed the possibility of creating Ecocide as a crime against the environment under the Rome Statute of the ICC. This opportunity allowed me to develop a keen interest in both Environmental and Criminal law. Other areas of interest include Human Rights and Alternative Dispute Resolution mechanisms. Nonetheless, I am looking forward to gaining more insight and practical legal experience in any field of law. Finally, I am very eager to make a positive contribution within the Community Law Project!

Amna Shafique

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Amna Shafique, and I am currently a LLB student at Aston University. I hope by the end of my Law degree, I can start my professional journey through helping the vulnerable and achieving justice by using my platform and resources. Prior to my interest in law began I admired the work of charity and helping others. Since then, I have developed multiple campaigns to ensure someone's life is a little better. These have included helping those in war affected countries as well as orphans who live in countries who suffer from low economic backgrounds. My 'Help the Children from Bangladesh' campaign truly achieved this and it is something I am very much proud of. As well as this I truly believe that lawyers achieve systemic change because of their unique ability to ensure more equitable systems across society. Being part of pro-bono has made me understand the importance of a lawyer's relationship to their clients and why change is so vital for the world. I hope to start my training contract in September 2023, and I am very interested in pursuing family and immigration law as these areas of law really appeal to me as an empathetic individual who enjoys the interpersonal aspect of law.

Alex Cayton

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Alex Cayton, I am an English graduate, an MA Law student at the University of Law and a junior paralegal at a local firm.

I am truly passionate about child law, advocating for the rights of children and ensuring their voices are heard. Ultimately, I aim to use my life experience and knowledge of the law to improve the lives of as many young people as possible and be an instigator for change.