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The National Community Law Project CIC


Amie Fleming

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi! I'm Amie Fleming and I am currently in my first year of a 2-year MLaw conversion course in Queen's University Belfast. My undergraduate degree was in modern languages, but I decided I wanted to pursue a career in law because of its fast-paced and ever-changing nature. I have always had an interest in media law, and would ultimately like to work as an in-house lawyer for a media company. However, I also enjoy legal translation, which is something I do in my free time, and working with Young Legal Aid Lawyers, as I am passionate about providing access to justice for the most vulnerable in society. 

Louise Dewey

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Louise Dewey and I am a law graduate from the University of Greenwich. Law has always intrigued me as it is constantly evolving and progressing. My passion for law comes from wanting to help individuals which is why Family, Criminal and Human Rights Law is my areas of interest.

Holly Medley

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, I’m Holly, a final year law student at the University of Nottingham. Since my involvement in school debates, I have fostered an interest in law. Taking on a large role in my university pro bono society has made me aware that law is not accessible for all which has driven me to take on the role as a volunteer paralegal. I have a particular interest in employment law, consumer law and clinical negligence. 

Kevin Chua Zhi Jie 

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Kevin Chua Zhi Jie and I am a rising final year LLB student at the University of Birmingham. Prior to commencement of my degree, I have pursued and obtained a Diploma in Law & Management from my home country, Singapore. I chose Law as I had previously interned for a few months at my home country's Legal Aid services and was captivated by the dedication and passion the lawyers and paralegals there had in providing legal services to the less fortunate in society. This, coupled with subsequent internships at other firms, strengthened my decision to pursue a law degree with aims of one day qualifying as a solicitor. Whilst I have interned/worked at various other agencies/firms dealing with various areas of law, I am certain that my passion lies in assisting the average person with their legal issues. My areas of interest are that of Family Law, Wills and Probates, and Syariah Law

Alisha Mahmood

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Im Alisha Mahmood, a 20 year old student at University of Westminster studying Law LLB. Im currently looking for work experience to help me with my career as a barrister.

My own motivation came from seeing a small part of the law in action. This was the work experience I had participated in at the Forest Gate police station where I was a support officer and was asked to research and present my findings to a board of directors on upcoming changes to visa regulations affecting students.

By gaining a practical insight I realised two things- first, the power the law has on people's lives, and the second, interpreting law effectively can mitigate loss of income.

Im very passionate about criminal law mainly due to this sector still being occupied and dominated by male lawyers. Traditionally, women have always been seen as not sufficient enough to manage with criminal matters, so it was more 'appropriate' for them to become family lawyers etc. Undoubtedly, that questionable verification as "not tough enough" to manage criminal matters and the type of clients involved must now be treated as a meaningless phrase.

Cynthia Ahianyo

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I am an ambitious, enthusiastic and committed PGDL student at Birmingham City University and a graduate in psychology with criminology at the University of Northampton. I decided to convert my degree to law because I am a woman who thinks outside the box and is naturally motivated to help people to understand and apply their legal rights within a complex society. I am passionate about immigration law, employment law, European law, criminal law, environmental law and music law. In the future, I see myself as a solicitor that makes a difference in the life of clients and the legal field with innovative ideas and solutions.  

Lana Mesaric

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Lana Mesaric, and I am in my second year studying LLB Law (Hons) at the University of Westminster. I am also currently volunteering with the Citizen’s Advice in my area. The law is a fascinating field of study and the positive impacts that can be made on people’s lives is what made me pursue a career in law. The areas of law that interest me the most are criminal law and family law. 

Cayla Roberts

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Cayla Roberts and I am a first year LLB student studying at the University of Liverpool. I am interested in pursuing a career in Law as i am eager to enable people to access the help and justice they need through the legal process that surrounds and governs our daily lives. Particularly, contract and corporate law interest me, but also human rights law and family law. Once I graduate I aspire to qualify as a solicitor and gain a training contract, hopefully within a firm located in London.

Aleksandra Zuk

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Aleks and I am a second-year law student at Manchester Metropolitan University. I always knew I wanted to pursue a career which has a great impact on our society, so I decided to study law. I constantly try enriching my knowledge by attending networking events and undertaking legal courses. I aspire to become a solicitor and I am particularly interested in employment, human rights and corporate law

Muhammad Hairil Salleh

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Muhammad Hairil Salleh and I am a penultimate year law student from the University of Birmingham. I chose to pursue law because I am intrigued by the legal aspects of business transactions that occur in the commercial world. I am particularly interested in IP law and Real Estate law. I like to be involved with the community as it gives me a chance to improve my skills I need as a solicitor as well as provide assistance to those who need it.

Nell Sumners

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello! My name's Nell and I am a penultimate year German and Politics student at the University of Nottingham (due to graduate July 2022). Since starting at university I have been curious about pursuing a career in law however in the past year I have joined multiple virtual events, masterclasses and open days which have fuelled my interest further and encouraged me to explore commercial areas including Intellectual Property Law and Contract Law in more depth. During my year abroad I have been based in a HR department, this has sparked my new interest in employment law and I would like to help those who have been involved in work place disputes using my HR experience.

Oluronke Ameen

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Oluronke Ameen. As someone who has a learning disability/difficulties, I'm an energetic and enthusiastic, hardworking person, especially striving for challenges. I hope to become a legal assistant or paralegal in the future. I went to University of East London and studied law for three years. Law is an ever changing and complex process. I love reading and researching law. I am mainly interested in family law, employment law, disability law, education law, medical law. 

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