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The National Community Law Project CIC


Molly-Joe Johnson

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Molly-Joe. I am a final year law student at Aston University. I am an individual who has always liked to help those around me. Law was a subject I was drawn to due to the ability to help individuals and businesses but also to the future changing of rules and regulations. It helps keep the law interesting. I am particularly interested in Company law and Criminal law however, I am open to other areas. 

Sam Gunnewucht

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Sam Gunnewicht, and I am currently studying MA Law at the University of Law in Bloomsbury. After completing my undergraduate degree in History at Sheffield and working in legal and financial translation for a year, I am hoping to take this experience into a career as a solicitor. I have a particular interest in EU and supranational law, especially in the areas of energy, power and climate. I would love the chance to work abroad in the future.

Vincenzo Emmanuel-Thomas

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Vincenzo Emmanuel-Thomas. I graduated with a 2: l in Law from Durham University in June 2021. I joined the National Community Law Project as a Volunteer Paralegal in October 2021. I studied Law for three reasons: first, to learn practical knowledge, applicable in any future career; second, to develop my problem-solving and written communication skills; third, to understand how business and civic society functions on a day-to-day basis.

I aspire to obtain a Training Contract at a Bristol-based Law Firm. I have a broad interest in all areas of Public and Private Law, with a current special area of interest in the proposed reforms to Judicial Review.  

Ajeye Hassan

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello! My name is Ajeye and I am a Law with Criminology graduate from the University of Sussex. My motivation to start a career in the legal industry is driven by my desire to help people. I am passionate about closing the justice gap and attaining equal access to justice. My main goal is to secure a training contract at a human rights law firm that represents the vulnerable and holds private and public bodies to account.

Hannah Young

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Hannah and I recently graduated with a first class LLB Law graduate from the University of Bristol. I am currently working as a Caseworker at my local council. I consider the broad array of practice areas and the variety of work offered by a legal career to be an exciting and rewarding challenge. Largely, I am interested clinical negligence, employment and family law. 

Kira Luter

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi! My name is Kira Luter, I am currently in my second year at Cardiff University, studying Law with Criminology. My interest in law began when I studied it at A Level, where I grew a particular interest in criminal law, I am also now interested in family law but won't have the chance to study it until next year. After my degree I hope to qualify as a solicitor, specialising in one of these areas, however I am also keen to explore other avenues. I chose to pursue a career in law because it's something that shapes our every day lives and I believe that everyone should have access to good legal advice.

Ahad Ahmad Khan

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello, there. My name is Ahad, and I’m graduating with an LLM in International Law & Security from the University of Glasgow this winter. Having completed an undergraduate degree in Law and Arts (B.A. LL.B.) in 2020, I have been exposed to a plethora of legal facets, and have had the opportunity to intern at organisations focusing on areas like environmental law, cyber law, family law, medical and insurance law, and so on. It is human rights law, however, that has made me the most inspired and motivated throughout my time exploring the legal field, and as such I have written various articles on violations like child abuse, violence against women, and trafficking. With my passion towards learning about injustices and seeking solutions, I aim to perform my best here at the National Community Law Project CIC.

Amanda Gabriel DeBell

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Amanda and I am currently undertaking the Bar Training Course in London. I recently graduated from the University of Glasgow with an LLB with Distinction and I also have a master's in Human Rights. I am drawn to the legal field as I want to work on advancing human rights through law and policy. My areas of interest are in human rights law, immigration and asylum, and public international law. 

Cerys Davies

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Cerys Davies, and I am currently a first year student at the University of Law. I chose to study law as I believe it is a subject with a lot of relevance in every day life, and I also believe it will give me the knowledge to help and support people with difficult legal cases. I find many aspects of law interesting, but I am mainly interested in criminal, family and employment law.

Sujeewa Hewamadduma

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I am Sujeewa Hewamadduma and currently studying post graduate Law at Leeds Beckett University. Also I have an experience different areas of law such as Crime and Criminal Justice and Human Rights. My experiences at Citizen Advice, Red Cross and National Child Protection Authority Sri Lanka have convinced me to pursue my interest in law. I demonstrated and experienced my immigration OISC L1 abilities through these organisations by working with the clients cases. I wanted to learn and gain legal exposure, which will be an added advantage if we deal with the law in a Global Context. Also I am extremely happy to be able to share legal knowledge and work among public groups and organisations. The areas of law I am interested in are Criminal law, Immigration law and Family law.

Hajjanie Sivapalan 

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, I am Hajjanie, and I am currently studying Psychology at Brunel University London. I have always aspired to be a solicitor and to help people regardless of there background, gender or culture . Everyone has the right to seek legal advice. I am currently studying Psychology but I want to study Law for my Masters. Therefore, by doing this I will gain an insight with the legal world. The areas of law that interest me are family law, child law and human rights law. I would love to learn about other areas of law too.

Olivia Robson 

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Olivia and I am a recent LLB law graduate. I have always had a passion for law and am currently working my way up to becoming a solicitor. My main areas of interest are Criminal, Land and Equity and Trusts law. I am very keen to help people overcome their legal challenges in any way I can. 

Kirsty Crossey 

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Kirsty and I studied the LLB Law degree at the University of Cumbria. Following on from this I studied my Masters in Legal Practice course at the University of Central Lancashire. I have always wanted to study Law and become a Lawyer because I wanted to help people get the outcome they deserve in their case. I am particularly interested in Education Law, Employment Law and Family Law.

Muhammad Sarmad Khan 

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Muhammad Sarmad Khan and I have completed my Postgraduate Diploma Bar Training Course from the University of West of England at Bristol. My interest in law originates from the ability of a lawyer in being able to provide viable solutions to complex problems faced by different individuals. I have a passion of practicing criminal law in the future as I strongly believe that it is a vital sphere of law through which you can contribute positively to the society. My future aspirations are either to become a Senior Crown Prosecutor for the Crown Prosecution Service or to work as a Lead Prosecutor in the International Criminal Court. I strongly believe that this experience will benefit me considerably towards achieving that goal.

Maria Petrova

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Maria and I have successfully achieved a 2:1 degree in Law with Honours and I have started my LLM LPC journey in September 2021.

I am passionate about law in general, but deeply interested in criminal law. I have a strong belief that everyone deserves the right to be legally represented, as it is the cornerstone of our judicial system. While being bilingual, I believe I can make a difference.

I discovered my interest in law when I was assisting individuals with various legal and non-legal translations. I am looking forward using my language skills in my law career in our multicultural and multilingual society.

Zara Mahmood 

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Zara Mahmood. I completed my undergraduate degree at Oxford Brookes University and my postgraduate degree at the University of Reading (LPC LLM). I was drawn to studying law from a young age with no interest for any other line of work and have since then continued to work towards that goal. I am extremely intrigued to areas such as family law, private client and employment law. I am also undertaking an internship in mental health which has allowed me to expand into other areas of law. 

Komal Suhail

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Komal and I graduated from BPP University with LLM -Bar Legal Practice. I'm currently training to become a barrister. I am interested in family law but open to learning about other sectors. When I was a student, I saw people being unable to access legal services, therefore I volunteered for many organisations to help society. I use my knowledge and skills to ensure that clients get the best outcome.

Everlyn Derderian

Community Law Project - Paralegal

 I completed my undergraduate degree at San Francisco State University and obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies with an emphasis in Sociology. I'm also a recent Administration of Justice graduate and a current LLM student at the University of Law. I've had an enthusiasm for Law and criminal justice since secondary school. After ten years of working in the fitness industry, I'm transitioning into a career in the legal field. My interests include diversifying the legal field and increasing access to justice. I aim to use my legal, academic, and business experience for social change.

Ayesha Mahmood

Community Law Project - Paralegal

 Hi my name is Ayesha Mahmood I am a recent MA Law graduate from the University of Law. I previously studied International Politics and Law; this gave me an insight into the legal sector which led me to pursue a career in law. I have a keen interest in criminal law, human rights law and family law. I have also undertaken extensive research in family law. I aim to practice law and to use my skillsets to help serve justice and provide support to those who are in dire need.

Zara Jones

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Zara I’m a 2020 LLM graduate and current Cilex student studying the practice of family law, probate practice and client care skills with the law academy. I am particularly interested in public policy, family, criminal and media law. I chose to pursue a legal career to help support those who need it. Legalisation is always changing, and it is important that every member of the public has access to legal advice and information, to help guide them through the challenging situations that they may encounter in their lifetime.

Farhan Khawaja

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Farhan Khawaja. I am a motivated, ambitious and hardworking individual. I recently graduated from the University of Bristol with a BSc in Chemistry, where I developed my problem-solving, research, analytical and teamwork skills. I decided I wanted to pursue a career in law due to its intellectually stimulating and rigorous nature. Coming from a STEM background, I can bring a different perspective to solving problems. Prior to studying for my chemistry degree, I was intrigued by intellectual property and patent law. My interest in law has since developed to include various practices, such as environmental, international, and commercial law. I am also keen to explore other areas of law.

Tiffany Carpenter

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi! I'm Tiffany Carpenter. I have an International Studies BA from Seattle University, completed the GDL with a 2:1, and am currently doing the LPC at University of Law, London Bloomsbury. Growing up, I saw how many challenges my mum had to confront as a Cambodian Muslim refugee, and she inspired me to pursue law as a solicitor with a focus on human rights, immigration, and public law.

Klaudia Groblewska

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Klaudia Groblewska and I have graduated from the University of Salford. I am interested in law because of its impact on the community. I find law to be a fascinating subject. I am passionate about Employment Law, Human Rights, and Public Law. 

Emma Thomas

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Emma and I am a first year law student with the Open University. I want to become a solicitor when I qualify. My interests are criminal law, family law and pro bono cases. I want to be able to help people and fight for their rights. 

Lauren Standeaven

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello, I am a recent graduate from the University of York Law School with an international background as I am both a French and British citizen. I studied law because I am interested in how it applies to and evolves with every aspect of society as well as because I want to help others solve their legal difficulties. During my degree, I was able to improve my leadership, problem solving and teamworking skills and worked at the University's Legal Clinic which furthered my determination to provide accessible legal advice. I aspire to work as a solicitor at an international law firm and, although I am particularly interested in Commercial Law, I am very keen to explore other practice areas.  

Joseph Le Seelleur

Community Law Project - Paralegal

 My name is Joseph and I am a postgraduate law student at Queen's University Belfast, studying a Master's degree in International Business Law. I'm pursuing a career in law in the hopes of encountering complex and fascinating problems as a regular occurrence and working with a wide range of people. My particular areas of interest are in commercial, tort and criminal law.

Amir Shabir

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I am a BPTC candidate with a broad academic background in international development, international human rights and humanitarian law with extensive research experience looking to a career at the family bar. I have channelled my motivations to combat human rights violations into family law, particularly matters pertaining to private law children and the Court of Protection.

Dickson Apraku

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Dickson Apraku, I am a graduate law student at Nottingham Trent University. I previously studied LLM in International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law at the European University Viadrina in Germany, where my research interests are International Human Rights, administrative law, immigration law, Refugees law, and Women's and Children's Rights. I chose to study law because I knew studying law would provide me with more knowledge and skills to deliver appropriate advice on a wide range of issues to people from a diverse range of backgrounds. I aspire to be a solicitor and I am particularly interested in immigration, human rights, contract, administrative, and family and children's rights law.

Oluchi Nwaukwa

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Oluchi Nwaukwa, and I graduated from Madonna University in Nigeria with an LLB (second class upper) in law. During my degree, I explored various areas of law including commercial law, international law, employment law etc. I have over 10 years post call experience as both a Solicitor and Barrister in Nigeria. My plan is to qualify as a Solicitor in the UK. I have always seen law as a tool to effect justice and reduce marginalization. I am passionate about making the law accessible to those who need it as well as educate those unaware of their legal rights and privileges. I have keen interest in Family/Child law, Human/Civil Rights, Immigration and Conveyancing law matters. However, I am open to volunteer and learn about any area of law.

Gabriela Lergam

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello, my name is Gabriela. I am a Business graduate from The Open University, with Paralegal experience in immigration law. I am choosing Community Law project to broaden my skills in legal sector. My plan for the future is to secure a job as a Paralegal and study towards LLB Law.

My interests are: Employment,corporate,commercial law, wills and probate, conveyancing,litigation, immigration and criminal law. I chose this career path as I feel a very strong need to help others.