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The National Community Law Project CIC



Jessica Rendini

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I am a recent LLB Hons graduate from the University of York, currently pursuing my Legal Practice Course at the University of Law. My desire to study law emanated from my interest in its ability to create and acknowledge societal changes. With technological advancements and a shift towards green energy, the law has furthered better data protection laws and opened doors for a more sustainable future which I look forward to being part of. I am passionate in commercial law and open to other areas of law to further my skills.  

Rhys Bresland

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Rhys Bresland and I am a penultimate year LLB student at the University of Plymouth. It is within my endeavours to become a solicitor and I have a particular interest in the commercial property/conveyancing sector of the legal market. I am currently applying for vacation scheme’s and training contracts, and I am also undertaking as many experiences as possible.

Zoya Amir

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Zoya Amir. I am a second-year Law (LLB) with criminology student. I am an international student at the University of Central Lancashire. I chose to study law because I believe all aspects of our lives are regulated by the law. I believe the law can be a tool of oppression and protection. The oppressed, most often are people who are unaware of the protection that the law has put in place for them. Coming from a family with a long history of litigation, I have seen first-hand how difficult it is for laypeople to access such knowledge and information. I chose to study law to be able to offer this service to as many people as I possibly can. If possible I would like to gain experience in as many areas of law as I can but my areas of interest are criminal law, family law, immigration law, private client law, and Civil litigation. My goal is to secure a training contract at a solicitors firm by the end of my SQE qualification.

Stamatia Skevi

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Stamatia Skevi, I am currently a Law with American Legal Studies student at Birmingham City University. Law has always interested me as a subject, coming from a humanities-focused academic background. However, coming from a Greek island that has seen the consequences of the most recent refugee crisis, I became passionate about how Law can severely implicate the livelihood of those coming from disadvantaged backgrounds due to ineffective laws and outdated systems and hope to take part in improving access to justice. Thus, my key areas of interest at the moment are International and Human Rights Law, although I am still discovering my "niche" as I go into my second year of university. 

Joe Day

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Joe and I am a first-year Law with Politics and International Relations student in London at the New College of the Humanities. I chose to do law because ever since a young age I was fascinated by the analytical aspect of the law and the depth of interesting cases that arise out of disputes. I am particularly passionate about advocacy, as well as financial law. 

Armance Akabo

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Armance and I am a final year French law student at the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. After my exams, I will do the GDL at the University of Law in London, as I am more attracted to how the legal profession is processed in the UK. I like its fast-paced aspect and the stimulating side of the work. For as long as I remember, I have always wanted to build a legal career, but speaking to solicitors and trainees added strong arguments in favour of this ambition. In my legal career, I would love to be involved in making the legal profession more diverse. My interests are in corporate law, intellectual property law and media law. 

Ryad Elamile

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Greetings, My name is Ryad Elamile and I am a Law graduate. I studied my undergraduate degree at the University of Liverpool and my Master's at the University of Manchester, with the latter in Intellectual Property. I chose to pursue Law because I enjoy problem solving and with the advancements of technology, the legal sector will only continue to grow. I have a particular interest in Intellectual Property, Entertainment Law and the Law of Tort.

Ali Safa

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I am a first-year LLB student at the University of Liverpool. I am interested in studying law because I want to know how the English legal system works and would like to help people access justice. I am interested in employment law, corporate law and asylum law. After I graduate, I would like to qualify as a solicitor and gain a training contract in either Manchester or London. 

Alexander Glen

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I am Alexander Glen, a MA Law Student at the University of Law. Previously I studied Ancient History and History and have chosen to convert to law because I want to have a positive impact on people’s lives and make the law accessible for all. The areas of law that are of greatest interest to me are public and Human Rights Law. I am passionate about practising law and helping others to overcome any potential obstacles that they may face going through the legal system. 

Angelica Ochoa

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Angelica Ochoa, and I am a postgraduate law student at the University of Sheffield. I originally studied Politics and International Relations as an undergraduate and later decided to convert into law. I chose a career in law because I love the subject and the way it can be applied to almost any part of life. It has always been very intriguing to see how the outcomes of cases can have very real implications for our daily lives. I am most passionate about litigation and dispute resolution because I enjoy collaborating and negotiating with people. However, I am passionate about commercial law in general because it is a great way to apply commercial awareness in the workplace. 

Billie McCurdie

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Billie McCurdie, current I am a third-year undergraduate law student at the University of Liverpool. I chose to study law because it is something that governs everyone, and yet so many people know so little about it. I find it highly rewarding to be in a position to enable people to better their lives and resolve their legal issues. I am an aspiring solicitor who is interested in environmental, property, contract and family law: however, I am keen to explore other areas of law.

Callie Webster

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Callie Webster and I am a first year LLB Law with Criminology student currently studying at Nottingham Trent University. I developed an interest in the law from an early age and decided to aim for a career in law when a close family member faced a long winded medical negligence claim. I want to help those who may struggle to access legal support and those who may not have the knowledge on how to follow up an issue. My interests are in negligence, contract law and criminal law however I'm extremely keen to delve into more areas.

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