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The National Community Law Project CIC

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. 

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.

Patrixia Paje

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello! My name is Trixia and I’m a third year law student at London South Bank University. I am interested in law because it plays a huge part in our society and it is a part of our life that is constantly changing no matter where we are or what we do. I aspire to be a Criminal and Family Barrister but would also like to develop skills and knowledge in other areas of law, particularly Medical Negligence, Personal Injury and Human Rights law. I enjoy the challenging and fast-paced environment in the legal field and being a part of the CLP organisation is a great opportunity for me to provide support and guidance to our community whilst gaining new experiences and meeting people who are passionate about the same cause as I do. 




Priyal Bhalerao

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Priyal Bhalerao. I am Advocate enrolled in India, having completed my Bachelor of Law (LLB) from University of Mumbai, India in the year 2020. My portfolio showcases professional expertise pertaining to Real Estate Law, Corporate and Commercial Law, Business law and Family Law. Certainly, I have been engaged in various internships at law firms and also have volunteered as a National Team Member at UN (UN75 Consultants). I am also an active Student Member at LCIA, CIArb and SIAC. In future I would like to pursue my Masters in Law from the UK having specialized interest in Corporate Law, ADR and International Law. 



Samyukta Shankar

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello, my name is Samyukta Shankar. I am currently a third year Law undergraduate at the Army Institute of Law, India. When the pandemic struck the world in the early months of 2020, I got to witness the distraught of those less privileged than me, not just in my home country but around the world. It made me realise that even though the whole world was suffering together there were people who were more vulnerable. For me law has been one place where everybody is an equal, where everybody has an equal right, and an equal voice. There is no bias, no judgement in the law, and this has been a constant driving force for me. Through this project my aim is to help/assist people to the best of my abilities and to bring a change (for the better) no matter how small in their lives. Apart from this in my free time I like reading stories of people and the world that inspires them. My areas of interest include Intellectual Property Law, Contract Law, Dispute Resolution and Public Policy.

Neha Garg

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I am a student at Manipal University, Jaipur studying BBA.LLB, and I am currently majoring in a 5yrs BBA.LLB (Hons.)Course from Manipal University, Jaipur, and will be completing my 4th 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 Mukherji Law Associates, J,& G Advocates, PKA Advocates and so on.

Bethany Burns

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi! I'm Beth, I've just graduated from the University of Surrey where I've been studying Psychology, and am beginning my Law Masters at the University of Law. I became passionate about the law after seeing the impact it can have on individuals in a family court, and how malfeasant hiring practices can exert a detrimental impact on marginalised individuals in the UK and abroad. My goal in the long term is to have a career in Human Rights law. 

Harsh Mishra

Community Law Project - Paralegal

 I am a law graduate from India and currently pursuing a Diploma in Business Laws. I have always had an academic interest in studying torts and contract law during my college years and would now like to explore the practical aspects of them. I consider it my duty, as a law graduate, to help those who are deprived of help because of lack of money in their pockets.

Lyne Werechan

Community Law Project - Paralegal

 My name is Lyne Werechan and I am a graduate with Banking and Financial Planning. I am currently studying a Law conversion course "Masters in Law" at the University of Law Bloomsbury. I have always been interested in fairness and do not like injustice. I decided to pursue a career in Law in 2020 following the death of George Floyd in the United States and the injustice he suffered. My goal is to be able to share the legal knowledge to help educate people of their rights and protections with the law. I am interested in pursuing speciality in Criminal Law, Intellectual Property Law, Human Rights Law and Corporate Law.

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.

Zobia Hafiz

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi my name is Zobia, I have completed the LPC and GDL at Cardiff University. My interest for law stemmed from seeing first hand just how powerful the right legal knowledge can be, when used accurately. I believe everyone is entitled to fair legal representation no matter the circumstance and I have a strong passion to be a part of this.

Kiitan Abel-Ajala

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi everyone! My name is Kiitan and I am a recent LLB graduate from the University of Nottingham. I developed an interest in law from a very young age. My initial fascination came from its role as a necessary tool for protecting human rights, particularly in cases of violence against women. I am also interested in its versatility and relevance in regulating most sectors. My current interests are Intellectual Property and Human Rights.

Anjali Pandit

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello I'm Anjali Pandit, I will be going into my second year of university studying law at Leeds Beckett university. I am really excited to start this position as a volunteer paralegal as it will give me more experience in the legal field. I have an interest in family law and advocacy but open to other areas of law as well. 

Rachna Venkatasami

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Rachna Venkatasami. I am a GDL graduate from The University of Law and a recent LPC graduate from BPP University. I have also completed a BSc (Hons) in Neuroscience from the University of Leeds and a Diploma in Medicine from Bristol University. I studied Law as I developed a passion for advocacy and the rights of the individual. I have since developed this passion further and acquired an interest in international law, medical law, and bioethics. One of the reasons I have chosen a career in Law is the opportunity to develop specialist advocacy skills and the opportunity this can bring to help others achieve access to truth, justice, and legal redress. 

Nicholas Chong

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Nicholas Chong. I am an incoming final year Law LLB student at Queen Mary University of London with particular interests in tort and public international law. I chose to study law due to my desire to examine how the framework of the law shapes conventions and attitudes in modern society. Additionally, the double-edged nature of the legal system intrigued me. On one hand, it can be a major tool to uphold fairness and justice; on the other hand, it can also be wielded as a justification to suppress rights. My main goal is to obtain a training contract and qualify as a solicitor. 

Adetoun Adebayo

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Adetoun. I am a recent LLB law graduate from the University of Nottingham, currently studying the LPC LLM at Nottingham Law School. I chose to study law because of the impact it has on our everyday activities, and the power its interpretation can have over diverse issues. I am interested in developing skills in all areas of law, with a particular interest in family law and employment law. 

Kai Hardy-Crow

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello! My name is Kai Hardy-Crow, I have recently LLB graduated from the University of West London and I am on the way to start the LPC LLM at City, University of London in September. It was only in the last year of college that I started getting an interest in law, once I started university my interest grew especially in areas of law such as criminal, tort and family law as this helped demonstrate how the justice system works and how integral access to justice can be. These areas I'm very passionate about and would like to practice in as I want to feel as if I'm helping people get justice if something wrong has happened to them. This is also why I have chosen to volunteer for the CLP, as I want to help people get access to legal services and justice.

Thais Morais

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Thais. I am a fully-qualified lawyer in Brazil, my home country, currently studying the GDL at Nottingham Trent University. I chose a career in Law because it is a profession that encourages innovative thinking and gives the opportunity to positively impact people’s lives in many different levels. I am interested in Family Law, Wills and Probates.

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.

Nkechi Ilonzo

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Nkechi Ilonzo and I am a recent graduate in Criminology from the University of Westminster. In the past three years, I have developed an interest in law which brought me to undertake a Master of Law at The Univerisity of Law. I choose to study law because I am eager to master the different ways to help individuals. Moreover, I believe in the power of self-learning and for this reason, I keep myself informed on a regular basis with articles and books. Therefore, with these two learning keys my aim is to further the public good by assisting groups and organisations with their legal problems. The areas of law I am interested in are Corporate Law, Tort Law and Criminal Law.

Moursal Satarzai

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Moursal Satarzai, and I recently graduated from the University of Westminster with the goal of working as a paralegal in a law firm, particularly in family law. I am the first person in my family to attend university and acquire a bachelor's degree, with aspirations to work in the legal industry. As I go up the legal ladder, I hope to gain legal expertise in a variety of fields. I now work as an Independent Living Advisor for the organisation Ruils and would like to volunteer as a paralegal in my spare time. I believe it is critical for me to apply my knowledge and give back to people who are in need.

Delicia Fraser

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, I am Delicia. I am currently in my penultimate year of law school studying the LLB at City, University of London. I am interested in becoming a lawyer due to the fact that I am fascinated with the concept of not only helping those marginalized in society but also learning about different areas of law, such as Constitutional Law and Commercial Law. I aspire to become a solicitor in a Magic Circle law firm once I am finished with my studies and specialize in Corporate Law. For now, I am interested in gaining paralegal experience in which I will help those who are unable to afford help from solicitors in law firms.