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The National Community Law Project CIC


Sammy Yim

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Hansam "Sam" Yim. I am a first-year LLB student at the University of London. I chose to study law because I want to serve and help others. I am interested in education, human rights, and public law. I am hoping to become a barrister.

Nadeen Tayfour

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I am currently a second year Law undergraduate at Manchester Metropolitan University. My interest in Law was ignited following a project I undertook where I looked at whether the UK is turning a blind eye to the Human Rights Act. During this project, I realised how much the Law and lawyers have a positive impact on bringing justice and campaigning against human rights issues and so I decided to study Law at University to be able to also help individuals, communities and organisations. I have enjoyed studying Criminal Law as it covers some of the most serious issues in society and it is an important area of law to protect the greater good, ensure justice is achieved and help those in need. I also found studying International Law enjoyable as I was able to develop insights into the global legal system and its influence on both national and international policies. Studying law is now developing my interest and understanding still further and in a wide range of legal areas which together with relevant work experience and I am excited to learn much more about the Law. 

Sneha Thomas

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Sneha Thomas and I am a second year LLB student at Maynooth University. I chose to study law due to how real it is and the constantly evolving nature of the subject. Law will always play a prominent role in society, and I want to understand how different laws affect our individual lives. I am excited to be involved in the Community Law Project as it allows me to be involved in a greater purpose and contribute to a common good. My areas of interest include criminal law, law and technology, and commercial law.  

Elena MacAulay-Smith

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I’m Elena MacAulay-Smith, aged 23, based in Scotland (though my degree is English law). I graduated from Northumbria University in 2019 with a first-class LLB. I am commencing the LPC at ULaw in September this year. My areas of passion are Family Law (inc matrimonial, legal aid, childcare), Human Rights and Criminal Law. I am a strong believer that everyone deserves a fair trail, and I would love to be apart of a network that puts that into action. 

Hira Khan

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Hira Khan, a second year LLB student at Maynooth University. I am heavily involved in the Maynooth Free Legal Advice Clinic Society as an Editorial Officer and as a result of this role I have successfully composed, edited and published a Student Guide to legal rights. The FLAC ethos is similar to that of CLP in providing access routes to justice and this role will allow me to continue to be a part of providing these routes to those that have encountered obstacles to legal representation. Key areas that interest me include, criminal law, medical negligence, data protection, commercial law and contract law.

Bobbi Pepperrell-Farnes

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Bobbi i am 19 and study Law at the University of Portsmouth. I chose law because i believe it's such a wide ranging area so will never be boring. I would also love to help people and provide something to my community and peers. I am passionate about all areas of laws and am still scooping out my niche but am loving commercial law at the moment. 

Shreya Bhandari

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Shreya and I am a first year law student at the University of Dundee. One main aspect of law that interests me is its ever changing nature and ability to adapt to our dynamic society. I have a profound interest in contract law and am determined to enter into the corporate sector, however, I have started to develop interests for environmental law and private equity. I am very excited to explore my interests further and see what the future has in store for me!

Margot Potter

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I am Margot Potter, a second year undergraduate reading law at the University of Warwick. Through various negotiation competitions, working pro-bono and undertaking case studies, I have grown to love the intricacies and humanness that lie within the law. I have particularly enjoyed working as a legal advisor for women at my local law clinic, from which stems my interest in Family Law and Litigation. I am also captivated by Intellectual Property and Corporate Law, and as an avid volleyball player, Sports Law.  

Abigail Collier

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I am currently studying for my Masters of Law at the University of Law's Manchester campus. Prior to this, I read English Literature at undergraduate level at Aberystwyth University. My decision to transfer to law was founded in my enjoyment of meticulous study, coupled with my interest in understanding how governance and the law develop in line with social progression. I completed my undergraduate dissertation in the representation of the legislative inequality faced by married women in early 19th Century literature, however in my postgraduate study I have chosen to examine the relationship between IPR and competition law, associated with pharmaceutical patents. Perhaps my next admission may come as a surprise, with my intention to pursue a career at the technology and construction bar of England and Wales. My current legal experience covers the following areas of practice: employment; commercial; construction (infrastructure, energy, and planning) litigation and immigration. Additionally, I have been fortunate enough to gain exposure in both contentious and non-contentious areas of work, as well as experience in advocacy training.

Cindy Zheng

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Cindy Zheng and I am doing my LLM in International Trade and Commercial Law at the Durham University. My main field of interest is in intellectual property law and technology, but I also have great experiences working in personal injury and criminal cases. I enjoy working with the community as it is always interesting to interact with people from all walks of lives, and since I firmly believe that one should retribute to the society for the privileges that one enjoys. As an aspiring solicitor, I am excited to take on the challenges ahead.

Miroslava Dimitrova

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Miroslava Dimitrova and I am a recent BPTC LLM Graduate currently living in Leeds and volunteering with West Yorkshire Police. I have always been interested in law growing up in a country with a corrupt Criminal Justice System. I am an aspiring barrister passionate about criminal law and the implications of the UK CJS on youths. My work with Cardiff Innocence Project and volunteering with South Wales Police during my undergraduate Law and Criminology studies at Cardiff University made me realise that everyone deserves a legal representation and a fair trial regardless of the crime they have committed. Often there are underlying complex socio-economic issues involved, acting as the driving force for commission of crime. I have experience working with vulnerable and difficult clients and possess excellent advocacy and drafting skills. 

Oluwatomison Harrison-Abiola

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Tomi. I am interested in volunteering as a Paralegal at CLP. I heard about your organisation from Genevieve Atiase, whom you communicated with via Linkedin following from the Legal Cheek Virtual Vacation Scheme. I hope the opportunity is still available. I am a 1st class post graduate law student at the University of Southampton, and I am enthusiastic about volunteering at CLP, to add value and to gain experience simultaneously. 

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