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The National Community Law Project CIC



Lauren Wearing

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, I’m Lauren a first year law student at Edge Hill University. I have always been fascinated by the law and the way it impacts everyone’s lives. I was introduced to the legal profession at a young age as all throughout secondary school I took part in a pathway to law programme, which helped me decided on a career within the legal profession. The reason I decided to apply for this position as my passion for helping others has really shone through out my first year at university and I am also keen to help people who think that they cannot access the legal profession. My hope is to one day become a solicitor in an international law firm.

Noorishah Moledina

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I am a graduate in International Relations (Bsc) from the University of Southampton. I aim to study the law conversion course (MA) Law, in September 2021. My passion for the law stems from hearing about the impact of a corrupt legal system in Uganda under the rule of the dictator Idi Amin which was a cruel reality that faced my grandparents. Leaving friends, family, their livelihood and the country they once called home at a moment's notice, with no protection from a legal system was a devastating truth for them and a distant reality to life under a functioning democracy. Having witnessed such injustices on a personal level has stemmed a deep desire within me to become a lawyer, with the focus on helping as many individuals as possible. Therefore, I decided to apply for this position as I hope to help those who do not have the capacity by assisting them in legal matters.

Sarah Copeman

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Sarah Copeman and I am currently a final-year law student at the University of Portsmouth. I chose to pursue a legal career due to the both the breadth of work it encompasses and the real-world impact law has. It is an area that affects everyone, and I want to work on the forefront of such an extensive, evolutive sector. I am particularly interested in property law and real estate after having chosen to research these areas for my dissertation. 

Jessica Tolan

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Jessica Tolan, and I am a LLB Law with Criminology Student at the University of Sheffield, in my penultimate year. My interested in law was sparked by the notion of it is ever changing nature, and how much it affects our everyday lives. I wanted to delve deeper into the process of law creation, and the realistic application in our lives. My primary interests are in Criminal Law, Human Rights Law and Administrative Law, and particularly interested in the fundamental issue of legal aid- a passion that has brought me to this organisation! My career ambitions lie in securing the role of solicitor in the future. 

Suzanne Laing

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Suzanne Laing. I currently in 3rd year of the the LLB at Edinburgh Napier University. I choose to study law as the workings of the legal system fascinated me. I have a passion to help other people and ensure that they have access to legal advice as the law is something that will affect everyone at some point, I also have a passion to ensure justice for wrongdoings. I have a particular interest in commercial law, medical negligence and employment law. 

Jamie Richards

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi! I'm Jamie and I am a first year LLB student at the University of Westminster. I have an interest in Criminal Law, Human Rights Law and Access to Justice. I chose law because the ever-changing legal landscape often leaves people behind, and I want to support those that all too often put at a disadvantage. Access to legal aid and support has decreased dramatically over the past few years and this has led to many, often vulnerable, people to be without the resources to protect their dignity and livelihood. Justice is for everyone, not just the rich.

Madeleine Wendling

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello! My name is Madeleine Wendling and I am studying my GDL at the University of Law in London, England.

I was born in Canada and did my undergraduate degree there, at McGill University, in opera singing. I have always been extremely passionate about criminology and the environment. My devotion to these causes has led me to change careers and study law. Having been raised on Vancouver Island, I have witnessed first hand the devastating impact of deforestation and ocean pollution on ecosystems and communities of people. I am determined to use my voice to fight for climate injustice and stand up for those who don't have one. I am most interested in environmental law, criminal law, human rights law, and international law. 

Vanessa Gouveia

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello! My name is Vanessa Gouveia, and I am currently studying LLB Law. I strongly believe that everybody should be given fair representation and access to justice without facing any barriers, as I have first-hand experience of this. I am grateful to be a part of the Community Law Project and determined to help as many people as I can. The areas of law that interest me are employment law, family law, criminal law, as well as clinical negligence and tort law.

Fatima Razani

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I am a postgraduate student at the National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG) majoring in accounting and analytics. Prior to continuing my studies, I worked as a consultant at EY's forensic services with extensive investigation and compliance review experience. My nterest in commercial, corporate law, and white-collar crime comes from the importance of law in a business environment and how violating the law negatively affected the people and organization. Therefore, I aspire to assist people and organizations in solving their legal matters through CLP.

Maria Olívia

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Maria Olívia. I completed a qualifying law degree in Brazil in 2010. In 2013, I finished my post-graduation in Tax Law and provided legal services for councils in Brazil. In 2021, I achieved my Graduated Diploma in Law at the University of Law. I always try to donate part of my time and technical knowledge to do good and improve people's lives. My aspiration is to become a immigration solicitor.

Amandeep Singh

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Amandeep Singh, I am an International student and a first class LLB graduate from Amity University (India), with two years of experience as a part time Intern in Civil and Criminal Litigation in District courts. The reason I decided to apply for this position is to transfer my skills in most efficient and productive manner. Having said that, client counselling and basic drafting is something in which I mastered myself, so if anyone who is aggrieved and in much more need of remedies , I would be more than happy to assist such Individuals with open heart, especially those who cannot afford such costs.

My hope is to become a solicitor one day in an International firm to make changes at a greater pace. 

Ian Harrisson

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I hold a master’s in law (LL.M) as well as several Business-related master’s degrees including an MBA. I have worked in the Middle East, where I ran my own company, as well as the UK and have witnessed human rights at its best and at its worst. My experiences, and my study of the Bhopal disaster and its consequences, catalysed an interest in human rights law both from an individual and business viewpoint. This interest has now grown into a passion.

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