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The National Community Law Project CIC

Jasmine Edouard

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Coming from a small Caribbean island, my name is Jasmine Edouard and I graduated with Honors in Law in 2021 from the University of Buckingham.

I am ambitious postgraduate student doing the LLM LPC and is currently working towards to becoming a Solicitor. My areas of interest include: Family, Employment, Immigration and also Criminal. I enjoy new challenges and take pride in the work that I do. I am an Island girl with international aspirations.

Nasim Ahmed

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello, I'm Nasim. I am currently a postgraduate law student, on the verge of completing the GDL at the University of Law. I will be starting my journey on the LPC shortly after. I have participated in several charitable organisations, working to assist many groups that have been marginalised by society, and who have also seen many of the core services on which they depend on, face substantial cuts for a decade. Access to justice for all on a universal level is a core belief of mine. However, my experience and the experience of those I have worked with, have shown that such access is hard for some, especially the most marginalised. Whilst volunteering at the West Croydon Law Centre, notably within the area of debt advisory, I have helped apply the law practically, in order to assist local residents with their personal debts, through arranging financial plans and mediating the process of having them set in place with the relevant creditors. Currently I sit on the board of trustees at Leaders in Community, a leading youth charity. I assist on a strategic level, particularly regarding legal, structural and funding matters - Ensuring that due diligence is taken at all significant stages. Most recently I have overseen the CEO recruitment, selection and appointment process - encountering delicate situations regarding grievances and conflicts of interest along the way, ultimately ensuring that the process was fair, legal, and protects the charity.

Rory Spackman

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Rory Spackman. I am a Law Graduate of the Open University (2020). Before that I completed a Social Sciences degree. I am passionate about the law and socio-economic issues. I am here to assist those who may need legal advice due to cuts in Legal Aid or due to feeling marginalised. I would like to practice as a solicitor and my areas of interest are Criminal Law, Human Rights and Public Law

Ansel Nguyen

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello, my name is Ansel and I am in the final year of my MBA degree at the University of Northampton. Currently I am also a paralegal with accumulative 3 years of experience working in law firms and having a great exposure to a wide range of areas of law, from commercial contract, litigation, and dispute resolution at a magic circle law firm to human rights and immigration at a boutique law firm in the UK. I strongly believe that justice should be accessible to everyone and my great passion for pro bono arises from such belief. Therefore, alongside my main focus in commercial and contract, litigation, and dispute resolution practice areas, I also try to push myself in human rights and housing law so that I can give back to the community through pro bono projects.

Katarzyna Pysz

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi! My name is Katarzyna. I am motivated, knowledgeable and organized person with pre-litigation and litigation experience and a background in personal injury law, especially motor claim and family law matters involving divorce, financial settlements, adoption and other issues concerning families. I am familiar with researching documents and case histories, able to interview clients, witnesses and taking draft statements. I have a comprehensive understanding of the Solicitors Regulation Authority and I am keeping up to date with changes and developments in law. I earned my Master’s degree in Law, and I am looking forward to continue my legal education. With my professional training, passion, and dedication I aim to provide the best legal work and knowledge to our clients in legal research, drafting legal documents and trial preparation. I am also passionate about Human Rights and Animal Welfare.

Natalia Farrer

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Natalia and I am a Law graduate from the University of West London. My interest in Law stemmed from witnessing the social injustices in our society. Pursuing a career in Law will enable me to reinforce right-doing as well as making a difference in an individuals life; giving me a sense of fulfilment. I have a keen interest in Family Law, Employment Law and Immigration Law. 

Milly Agar

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi my name is Milly Agar. I am currently studying my LLM in Legal Professional Practice at Sheffield Hallam University. I am a strong believer that everyone has the right to legal support and I am passionate about helping those marginalised groups in society and those who are underrepresented in society. My main legal area of law I am interested in is criminal law and I am keen to begin helping others.

Adeeba Afzal

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Adeeba Afzal. I have recently graduated with a First Class in LLB Law and Criminal Justice from De Montfort University. My time at university has allowed me to learn how to work well both under pressure and as part of a team. It has also developed my analytical, communication and problem-solving skills. My interest in wanting to pursue a career in law roots from the hope to bring equality and justice to our society. I believe that everybody should have the right to access legal advice regardless of ones' socioeconomic status. I am keen to explore all of the different sectors of law to enhance my knowledge and understanding of the legal system. 



Staci Carr

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Staci Carr, a Law graduate from the University of Lincoln, currently living in Aberdeen. I chose to study Law initially because of my growing interest of Criminal Law and the justice system. Upon beginning my studies and discovering a world outside of Criminal Law, I fell in love with all aspects of the industry. I feel exceptionally passionate for Family Law as, as an empath, I feel strongly for helping others and making a difference in people's lives

Latika Shandilya

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, My name is Latika Shandilya. I am currently pursuing LLM in International Commercial Law from City, University of London. I am a qualified Advocate in India which is also my home country. I have explored various areas of law during my law degree which intrigued me to do a masters of law and enhance my knowledge on the subject. I have also worked as a legal assistant in a well-reputed company in India. I aspire to work at an international law firm after qualifying as solicitor.

Falilatu Hamadu

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Falilatu Hamadu. A recent LLB graduate of the University of London. I am looking forward to enrolling into LPC LLM at the University Law. I chose to study law because apart from it being my passion, it has strengthened my understanding and deepend my experience across the full range of humanities and social sciences. Throughout my journey so far, I have acquired the ability to interpret complex information, research and form sound arguments as well as communicate with confidence. My plan is to qualify as a solicitor in an International firm. I look forward to a great learning experience and helping as many people as I can.

Saba Naeem

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Saba and I am aspiring to become a Solicitor. I have studied at the University of Law where I completed my LPC LLM in Professional Legal Practice. My personal journey into law stems from the voluntary work I have carried out at various places. I am volunteering as a paralegal with the NCLP because I want to make the law accessible to those that are vulnerable or have been marginalised by society due to their income.

Wesley Hughes

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my names Wesley. I am currently a first year LLB Law student with Open University. I chose to study law because I want to serve and help others. I aspire to be a barrister and I am particularly interested in Criminal and Family Law.

Iman Kassemi

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Iman Kassemi and am due to graduate from my MLaw (Integrated Masters) Professional Legal Practise Course in May 2022 with a 2:1. My main interests in law are Corporate Law and Company Law. I have always wanted to become a lawyer ever since I was a little girl and naturally gravitate towards criminal documentaries - I love to spend time watching these as I like seeing how people think and how investigations are conducted! I hope to secure a training contract or QWE and qualify as a solicitor of England and Wales. 

Sana Mahmood

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Sana and I am a recent LLB Law graduate from the University of Leeds. I chose to study law as I wanted to develop practical problem solving and abstract thinking. Studying law has given me the opportunity to sharpen my mind, strengthen my understanding and explore different aspects of human life. Having shadowed lawyers and volunteered for both Citizens Advice Bureau and Support Through Court, I have been able to gain a wide breadth of experience that will be advantageous for my future career. My goal is to qualify as a solicitor at an international law firm. The areas of law that interest me are environmental law, employment law and property law.  

Yusuf Ahmed

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Yusuf, I have completed my LPC and LLM with distinction at The University of Law. I chose to pursue a career in law as I am passionate about helping people achieve the best outcomes to their problems. My professional and academic background has allowed me to gain a wealth of working knowledge in family and divorce petition cases. I hope to qualify as a family law solicitor in due time

Michael Gallagher

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello, My Name is Michael Gallagher, I am currently studying towards a Diploma in Law & Criminology at the Open University and will top up with the degree before taking the solicitors qualifying exam. I come from a financial services background and also have experience in Family Law. My particular areas of focus are the Corporate and Criminal sectors.  

Odile Morgan

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I am a focused and committed Law Graduate who  graduated with a Commendation at London South Bank University in 2019. I possess legal work experience as a paralegal. Areas of law I have worked in are: - Private Client, Family Law, Employment Law and Residential Conveyancinig, Document Review. However, Private Client was my main focus. I am experienced in Will Writing, drafting LPAs etc. In January 2022, I will be starting the SQE Preparation Course at the University of Law at the Bloomsbury Campus (London).

Daniel Savvides

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Daniel Savvides, and I am currently a second year Law student, on the LLB course at The University of Law in Bloomsbury. I enjoy the pragmatic nature of Law, and the wide breadth of areas that are available to practice in. I have enjoyed studying criminal law at university, as well as contract and European law.

Rachel Plaskett

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Rachel and I’m in my last year of my Law degree with the Open University. I had initially intended on becoming a conveyancer as I have previous experience in property, however, my degree and work on other projects has changed my aspirations. After working with another charitable trust last year, I’m passionate about access to justice and pushing policy reform in various areas. Plus I have still got that spark for property and wanting to reform the archaic leasehold system

Glory Ayara

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I am Glory Ayara, I currently work at an immigration law firm. I graduated from the University of Leeds where I completed my LLB, and went on to do my Masters in Law and Business with the LPC. I am interested in law because I understand the importance of having rules that to guide how humans interact and its role in fostering peace and understanding. I am particularly interested in Business Law and Merger & Acquisitions Law.

Yanny Hasnan

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Yanny Hasnan and I completed my undergraduate LLB degree in Law and Criminology at Swansea University. Subsequently obtained my LPC the following year. My interest in law started when I was 16, sitting in on a famous Malaysian lawyer presenting a pro bono case in a court. Since then, I am inspired to do my very best to help the underprivileged within the legal system. I have a particular interest in family law, property law and civil litigation. 

Phillipa Adarkwah

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Philipa Adarkwah. I'm currently in my final year studying LLB Law At Manchester Metropolitan University. I'm studying law because I enjoy helping others and it brings me joy to know that I have the ability to make a difference!. Im currently interested in commercial law, criminal law and real estate law.

George Wong

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is George Wong, I graduated from the university of Liverpool in the summer and am excited to put my skills to use and gain some experience. I chose law as a career path after completing the Pathways to Law course. This experience made me realise that I am capable of becoming a solicitor and challenging myself with a career in legal services. I am particularly interested in immigration law and legal tech but want to experience a wide range of practice areas. I wrote my dissertation about the legal status of the Windrush Generation. The treatment of this group as a result of hostile environment policies informed my decision to volunteer at the National Community Law Project CIC. I am passionate about access to justice! So when I discovered the opportunity to help diminish the legal aid deficit I jumped at the opportunity.

Harleen Kaur

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Harleen. I am currently in my second year of studying LLB at Leicester Law School at the University of Leicester. I chose to undertake a degree in law because I want to serve and help others who are marginalised by society and people who require legal advice and find it inaccessible. I have a keen interest in family law and hope to further study and practice in this area of Law in the near future. 

Andrea Fegalquin

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Andrae, and I am a recent Law graduate from Swansea University. I will be commencing the Bar Practice Course (with LLM) in September 2022. I am hoping to specialise in International Human Rights, which I am very excited to learn about next year as part of my course! I first became interested in studying Law when I joined the Pathways to Law programme during my sixth-form studies. In addition, coming from the Philippines and growing up as a member of an ethnic minority group in the UK, my passion for human rights and immigration law has grown over time. With my legal experience and knowledge, I hope to support individuals and provide high-quality work.

Max Head

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello! I'm Max and I am a recent MA Law graduate from the University of Law. I also previously completed an undergraduate History degree at Swansea University. I'm excited to use the skills I have gained throughout my studies to good use with the NCLP and hope I can contribute effectively to the inspiring work being undertaken. Legal aid is of the utmost importance for many within our society and I hope I can benefit many others through volunteering with the NCLP. Access to proper legal representation is essential for the underprivileged. My personal interest in law also extends to financial law, commercial law and corporate law. 

Sana Mir

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I have graduated from University of South Wales with an LLB (Hons). I also have a PhD in international humanitarian law. I decided to volunteer with NCLP because my personal values align with the company's core values. This platform will allow me to give back to community and also to gain QWE as I aspire to become a criminal lawyer. My areas of interest are: Criminal law, Human Rights law, Family law and Immigration law. However I'm happy to assist in other areas of law as well. 

Asawar Kadhem

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Asawar Kadhem, and I study law at The University of Law. I am currently in my third year studying LLB. I chose to study law because I would enjoy helping vulnerable people and seeing their smiles once their legal problems are resolved. I developed communication and problem-solving skills while pursuing my degree. I aspired to be a solicitor, and I am interested in Family, Immigration, Tort and Criminal Laws. In any case, I am open to covering any area of law because it is fascinating, and law affects our daily lives. I am aiming to secure a training contract while completing my LPC.

Shelley Hawkins

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi my name is Shelley and I’m currently in my last year studying Law at Bournemouth University. I wanted to Pursue law so I can help people get the justice they deserve. I’ve seen friends and family throughout the years go through situations and not being able to do anything about it as the legal fees were too much, so to be able to help people with their legal issues would be great. I’m interested in contract law, criminal, corporate, medical negligence and employment law.