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The National Community Law Project CIC



Stéphany Fiuza

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Stéphany Fiuza, I graduated in Law in Brazil, and I am currently doing my master's in international Relations at King's College London. During my LLB I had the opportunity to work and understand the importance of law and justice for all citizens. Even though I am the most passionate about international law, human rights, civil law, and criminal law, I am happy to work and help in all other areas.

Matt Brooks

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I recently graduated from the University of Law with my LLM LPC. Prior to this is studied for my GDL at Bournemouth University. I made the decision to change career to law because I like helping normal everyday people and the best asset I have to offer them is my brain. Naturally my chosen areas of law reflect my desire to help normal everyday people: Advanced Criminal Litigation, Employment Law, Family Law, Private Client Law, and Immigration Law. I grew up in a working class environment amongst the more disadvantaged in society, and since legal aid was cut in 2012 the disadvantaged are even worse off. This is why I chose the areas of law above and also why I chose to volunteer for the National Community Law Project. 

Forida Begum

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Forida Begum and I am a first-class LLB Scots Law with English law graduate from the University of Aberdeen. My interest in law started during my A-Levels and continued during my undergrad. I am thoroughly fascinated by its ever-changing nature and have a keen interest in international and commercial law. I aspire to become a solicitor in the near future. 

Fahima Jannath

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Fahima Jannath, and I graduated from Brunel University with a degree in Sociology. Shortly, after graduating I started to work within the Local Government as a Social Care Advisor and my role has been to complete Care Needs Assessments and Carers Assessments that align with the Care Act 2014. As well as this I have also previously worked within the legal field.

At present I am studying MA Law at the University of Law and I have successfully completed seven core modules which includes Public Law, Contract Law, Tort Law, Criminal Law, Land Law and Equity and Trusts. Since I am approaching the end of my course, I am seeking to broaden my legal experience within different practise areas. 

Daaniya Muhammad

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi my name is Daaniya, I am a second year a law student at Manchester Metropolitan University. I enjoy helping others in need and this platform gives me opportunity to combine my passions together. The area of law I want to purse is currently commercial law as it contains a variety of areas.

Sofia Mateen

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Sofia and I am a first-year Law student in London. I chose to study law after realising the power the law holds and how through this pathway, I could potentially impact the lives of many individuals and bring about change. I want to use my knowledge of law as a shield to protect the rights and interests of vulnerable individuals and communities

The areas of law that I am particularly passionate about are: international human rights law and criminal law. 

Celtic Murray

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Celtic Murray and I am a Coventry University Law Graduate and soon to be a Graduate of BPP University Birmingham of the Legal Practice Course with a Masters. I have a variety of experience as a Paralegal in both general Wills, Trusts and Estates including Will drafting, the Probate Process and the drafting of Lasting Powers of Attorney as well as direct experience in Court of Protection Matters in a top 50 UK Law firm.  I have a vast range of experience and interests and have also previously completed voluntary work at Victim Support for a couple of years from the age of 17, (making me the youngest ever successful applicant to volunteer at the time of my appointment).


Matas Gricius

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I am a first-class LLB Law graduate from Nottingham Trent University. The problem-solving aspect of law-related issues grasped my interest in this profession. During my time at University, I was exposed to a wide range of law; I am most fond of commercial, conveyancing, immigration, human rights and contract matters. 

Sean Holmes

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Sean Holmes and I studied at University of London and Manchester University for my masters. I am currently enrolled on the Professional Paralegal Certification at the University of Law. I am also undertaking the PSRAS Police Station Accreditation at Datalaw.

I am interested in Criminal Law and Military Law as I served in The Royal Navy for a number of years on The Ark Royal.

Palwasha Hussain

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Palwasha and I have recently graduated in LLB Law. I am now currently half way through studying the LPC LLM course and hope to finish in February. I look forward to working with everyone and taking on this paralegal role, and helping clients by supporting them and guiding them in the right direction.

Usman Ahktar

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Usman and I am a recent LPC LLM graduate at University of Law with a Commendation. Throughout my court visits, work experiences and studies, I have been truly inspired by the legal industry, developing an understanding of how I can proactively support others to achieve positive outcomes empowering organisations and clients within the jurisdictions and protocols of the law. I want to make a difference by performing a pivotal role in driving ethical working practices, upholding the law and working in the best interest of every client I represent". I am passionate about Commercial, Contract, Criminal and Employment Law

Ozdemir. Bruce

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Oz and I am currently studying the GDL at the University of Law having graduated with a Politics and International Relations degree from the University of Nottingham. As a Kurd, I have a strong desire to support victims of injustice and assist those most in need. Henceforth, I aim to pursue a career in law where opportunities to impact others lives in a positive manner is possible. 

Zarrin Hussain

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, I am Zarrin Hussain, I was born in London and raised in UK I am from Bangladesh. Where I am from we value hard work,Full of determination and concentration. I have graduate in Law LLB at University of West London.Law has made a difference in life of others such as following the law and helping people change their life’s. This particular subject that aspire me to work for law is family and immigration as well as criminal law. This is my passion for helping and changing life’s of others and supporting the legal aids who requires same advice as professional advice.

Rudolf Lapins

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My Name is Rudolf Lapins and I am currently completing my Commercial and Corporate Laws LLM in Queen Mary, University of London. My areas of interests are, UK Tax Law, Company Law, and Commercial Law. I am an aspiring Commercial Solicitor; however, I am also passionate about helping others. Voluntary work has always been a big part of my life. I currently stand as a trustee of a charity called 'Look Around'. We work with those suffering from substance misuse, giving them a second chance in life. I have also contributed to the distressing issue of legal aid, fundraising for the London Legal Walk, thus, such work sits very close to my ethics and beliefs.

Andrew Ho

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello, I'm Andrew and I am currently studying the Graduate Diploma in Law with The University of Law and will aim to start the LLM in Legal Practice in 2022 with the aim to qualify as a Solicitor. I chose law simply because of how every area touches a part of our everyday lives, from the commercial and corporate world to the administration of an estate. With my personal experiences, I am passionate about making law accessible to others from disadvantaged backgrounds. Areas of interest include IP, commercial and criminal.

Saba Mesfin

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I studied LLB Law at London Metropolitan University. I became passionate about law at an early age. I would like to qualify as a solicitor and provide my services to people who need it.

Laura England

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Laura England, I am currently a second year student on the LLB law (legal practice) Exempting course at the University of South Wales. I am currently studying Criminal litigation, civil litigation, solicitors accounts and land law. My key interests in law are that of criminal law, contract law and family law. In the future I wish to become a barrister. I look forward to helping people access justice. 

Faith Morrison

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi my name is Faith. I‘m an LLB Law student at the University of Lincoln. The areas of law i‘m mainly interested in is medical law, commercial law or criminal law although I am also open to many other areas. I have enjoyed my time learning law at university and I am ready and excited to apply my learning to real life scenarios and gain real world experience helping people.

Duncan Rondhout

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Duncan Rondhout. I recently finished my Law and Health Masters' at Kent University with a particular focus on Assisted Dying. I am interested in Medical and Family law amongst a wide range of other areas and hope to qualify as a Solicitor.

Aftara Chaudhury

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi my name is Aftara I am a Law graduate from Birmingham City University. To me, legal knowledge is freedom and I believe every person should have access to legal advice, regardless of their income. As a paralegal for the NCLP I want to empower individuals in vulnerable legal situation to exercise their rights and build their legal capacity.

Katherine Soriano

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello I'm Katherine. I did my LLM at Copenhagen University. I chose to do law because I've always wanted to help people and make an impact on people's lives. Having the opportunity to work on immigration cases has deepened my passion to help especially those who are underprivileged. I aim to qualify as a solicitor so I can continue to help those in need. I am passionate about immigration law but I am open to other areas of law.

Megan Murray

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello, I am Megan and I am currently studying my Legal Practice Course (LPC) with combined Masters of Laws (LLM) at the University of Law, Leeds. I completed my Bachelor of Laws (LLB) at the University of Leeds earlier this year. My interest in Law stems from its intersection with business and as a result I am particularly interested in sectors such as Mergers and Acquisitions, Debt Restructuring and Banking. I am passionate about providing legal aid to individuals who have been affected by the recent cuts to enable them the access to justice they deserve.

Amirah Name

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, I'm Amirah. A first year law student at London South Bank university. I inspire to become a solicitor to help those in need! I have always been passionate about helping my community, I started volunteering in Salvation Army when I was 16. Even now a few years later, I am just as eager to use my legal experience, knowledge and skills to help those who urgently need the support.

Bryony Harnett

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello, my name is Bryony. I am a recent first-class LLB Law graduate from the University of Southampton. I decided to study law following my own personal experiences of seeking help and protection through legal aid. I am particularly interested in family law, human rights law, and law and the human body. My goal is to ultimately qualify as a solicitor and work for a firm that offers legal aid and pro bono services in order to bridge the justice gap.

Helena Wojtynowski-Gray

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Helena and I graduated in 2021 with a 2:1 in my Law degree at Oxford Brookes University. I am now studying my LPC/LLM at Cardiff University. I chose to study law as I have always wanted to help people. My goal is to be a qualified solicitor in either Family or Medical Law. 

Leslie Bong

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Leslie Bong and I am a recent LLB Law graduate from Newcastle University. I am currently taking a gap year before starting the BPC next September. I chose to study law because the problem-solving aspects of it are stimulating and interesting. I want to use my legal knowledge to help those who cannot access legal services because I believe the law is for everyone. The areas of law that I am most passionate about is commercial, employment, contract and property law.  

Alisha Morrissey

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Alisha. I am currently in my third year of studying LLB at Plymouth University. I have always been fascinated by the law; the way it governs and impacts people's lives. It provides a power to make a difference, which enables you to have a deeper understanding within society and human behaviour. One of the many reasons why I pursue a career in law, is to use this power and help vulnerable and underprivileged people have access to proper legal representation. This project will allow me to kick start that goal and play a part in providing accessible legal advice to those who need it. I have a keen interest in criminal, family, human rights, and property law.

Seher Sheikh

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello, my name is Seher Sheikh, I am an LLB Law graduate from the University of Winchester. I also have been awarded the LLM Legal Practice course (Barristers) at BPP University Leeds. I currently work for Citizens Advice Southampton. I am passionate about Law as it affects people’s lives every day. I find it a privilege to use my skills and experience to help others. I also enjoy the advocacy element of thinking on my feet and presenting complex legal arguments. I am particularly interested in family and criminal law, but open to other areas of law. 

Jodie Norton

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Jodie Norton. I am a first-class BSc Psychology graduate from Royal Holloway, University of London and I have recently started my studies for the Solicitors Qualifying Exam. My interest in law began during my criminology modules at university. This motivated me to pursue a career in law to ensure all individuals are provided with the access to justice. Areas of law I am particularly interested in are commercial/media law. However, I am keen to learn more about the broad scope of practice areas. My goal is to secure a training contract with a commercial law firm and qualify as a solicitor.

Seemal Naqvi

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Seemal Naqvi. I am a First Class Law and Politics graduate of Queen Mary University of London. I am passionate about access to justice and legal aid and hope to do my part in making legal knowledge and quality representation available to all people, regardless of background. In my free time I enjoy volunteering as a legal caseworker representing precarious workers in employment matters, as well as working with Young Legal Aid Lawyers and Lawyers Without Borders. I aim to work as a solicitor, and am particularly interested in corporate accountability, international human and civil rights, and employment law.

Dhawal Tomar

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Dhawal. I am a first class LLB Law graduate from Amity University, with Legal Associate experience at a top law firm in India. Currently, I am pursuing M.Res (law) course from University of Glasgow. My motivation to choose law came from my grandfather who always taught me that the strongest people are those who help other and I think law is one of those profession where I can help other. My interests and experience includes: Real Estate law, Bankruptcy Law, IP & Technology law.

Daniel Moffat

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Daniel Moffat, I come from a small village in Nottinghamshire. I am currently studying an LLB Law course at the University of Lincoln, and I am in my third and final year. I chose to study the law as a means of helping those in society who may not be able to understand the law, and also because I enjoy helping people out who may not understand their rights which may affect their current situation. I currently am enjoying areas such as Employment, Contract, Business and Tort law.

Abdul Samir

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Abdul and I am currently in my second year of studying the LLB at Birmingham City University. Law is a subject where I can find a passion in as I enjoy studying cases and finding out how the Law works in different ways. The current plan is to become a Property Solicitor, but as I indulge more in to different fields, my ambitions may change in the future

Sana Dar

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Sana and I am currently studying the Legal Practice LLM at University of Westminster. Growing up with close family members in the legal profession is what initially sparked my interest in pursuing a law degree. I aspire to become a solicitor, as I value the skills it embodies such as critical thinking, problem solving, interacting with and helping people. The areas of law I am particularly interested in are Real Estate, Medical Negligence and Intellectual Property.

Zohra Laaroussi

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Zohra, I am currently in my third year of my Law degree at the University of the West of England. I initially chose to study law because of how versatile it is. However, immediately I knew this was a career I wanted to pursue. Undertaking law, I understand how important it is to know and have access to. Legal aid cuts has put many at a disadvantage, especially those of low socio-economical backgrounds. I plan to do the SQE/LPC to qualify as a solicitor and continue to aid others.

Garance Eude

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Garance Eude and I have just completed my LPC and LLM at the University of Westminster. I became interested in studying law after undertaking a two week summer course in law at the University of Oxford. Through the completion of my law studies, I fell in love with the 'investigative' aspect of law, and that a lot of it is just putting all the pieces together and using that final product to represent your clients in the best way possible. However, I am most passionate about bringing equality for all in the front of justice, and promoting equal access to justice, in order to help those that are marginalised by the law. I aspire to earn my solicitors qualification, and to practice either in the field of criminal law, or housing law

Damilola Bakare

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Damilola, and I recently finished my LLM LPC course at London Metropolitan University. I moved here from Canada in 2019 to pursue a law conversion course GDL. I gravitated towards Law during my Undergrad in MacEwan University where I studied Sociology and specialised Criminology as a major and Philosophy as a minor. The significance of being equipped with the knowledge of the law lies in the ability to help others who require assistance. I am driven by the understanding and practice of Criminal, Corporate, and Public law and my philosophy to be very brilliant at each of these fields overrides the desire to be the best at one thing. I couldn’t be happier to start my legal career and dedicate meaningful years to the practice. 

Kiran Antony

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Kiran Antony, currently pursuing Masters of Law (LL.M.) at University of Birmingham. I earned my bachelor's degree in law from Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala, India. Following graduation, I obtained a graduate position at advocate P Vijayabhanu and Associates [criminal office], where I represented clients in court, drafted petitions, and conducted research. I decided to pursue a master's degree in commercial law after making the decision to shift my career path. I want to enhance my legal knowledge by working in a variety of practise areas.

Fabiha Hoque

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I am a full-time law student, currently studying in the final year of my undergraduate Law (LLB) degree at the University of Law (Bloomsbury). I decided to join NCLP because I believe that I can learn and thrive on the reality of casework rather than only just reading books about cases, I can utilise my legal knowledge and help guide people who do not know much of the law and help them achieve the justice and peace they need, and eventually help me shape up in practice to become the aspiring solicitor I deserve to be. I am interested in specialising in Criminal or Family Law in the future.

Holly Boothby

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Holly. I am a LPC LLM student at University in York. Previously, I completed my LLB undergraduate degree with a 2:1 classification. I have always had a deep interest in law and the way it can adapt to an ever changing society, even though it can be argued that some laws still do have a draconian and archaic nature. I have a keen interest in Family, Immigration & Asylum and Real estate and love the prospect of helping someone to better their life. I am particularly interested in Immigration and Asylum Law considering the recent circumstances in Afghanistan and the British attitude towards such tragic events. However, I do find counter-terrorism Law particualrly engaing as it is interesting to see the powers and restrictions afforded to individuals in these tragic circumstances. 

Areeba Khalid

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Areeba and I am a third year LLB law student at the University of Law, London. I chose to study law as I am an aspiring barrister. I like challenging and complex situations and want to help others in the future. I am interested in all sectors of law and am keen to explore them.

Maha Naseer

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Maha Naseer. I am a second-year law student pursuing an LLB Law Degree, aspiring to become a solicitor. My areas of interest are corporate, medical, and family law. As a confident and hardworking individual, I perceive myself as a results-driven, dynamic, and diligent person with a natural desire to succeed. I am passionate about the law, as it is essential in every society, and it strives to ensure that justice is administered as effectively as possible. This would be an excellent opportunity to give back to society. I have gained extensive experience through my work with Malik and Malik Solicitors, advancing professionally, and virtual internships at firms ranging from Ashurst to Clifford Chance. These internships have provided me with the foundational skills essential to a successful legal career.

Neha Hussain

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, I am Neha, and I am currently in my third year of studying Law at Oxford Brookes University. Law is an ever-changing subject which is prevalent to everybody in society, which is why I have such a passion for it. I have a keen interest in family/immigration law, and hope to become a solicitor specialising in either of these. 

Daniel Alexander

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Dan Alexander-Fenner, and I recently graduated from Kingston University with a degree in Global Politics and International Relations. My studies in human rights and the workings of the United Nations and international treaties are where I gained an interest in international, human rights and military law. I would in the future like to complete a law conversion degree and become a solicitor advocate, eventually practising law through the military or in an international setting as part of an NGO or international body. 

Sumayyah Vardalia

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Sumayyah, I am a third year undergraduate law student with the OU university. My interest in law stems from my hope of bringing justice and equality into society. I believe no matter your background, race or where your from everyone should have a right to practice their freedoms, but also have access to justice. I want my passion for law to become my profession as a lawyer. Currently I am keen to explore different sectors of law, but the main areas I am passionate about is human rights law, criminal law, family law, employment law and tech law. 

Rebecca Hussain

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Rubecca Hussain and I am a paralegal at PGMBM. I completed my LLB Law degree at City, University of London. The sole reason why I chose a career in law , is to be able to help people not only solve their legal issues but to equally be able to bring access to justice to such people who come from disadvantaged backgrounds. The most rewarding aspect of a career in law, I believe is being able to bring joy and relief to clients . I am headstrong in helping people from all walks of life. Areas of law I am most passionate about are Discrimination , Human Rights and Criminal law. 

Hira Shafiq

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, name is Hira Shafiq. I am currently in my second year of studying LLB Law at Royal Holloway University. In the future, my goal is to become a barrister. I chose to study law because I would like to serve and assist people, taking a small part in their life to ease their difficulties. This opportunity has developed a range of different skills and has given me a chance to explore the different aspects of human life. Family Law particularly fascinates me. Developing a deep understanding of how society functions. 

Silviu Serbanescu

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Silviu Serbanescu, and I graduated from "Ovidius" University of Constanta, Romania with a Bachelor's degree in Law and currently I'm in my last year of undergraduate legal studies, Criminal Science. I have been working as Legal Adviser for almost 3 years before coming into the UK and I am looking forward to continue my legal journey. With the skills and experience I have built up over the years, I aim to provide the best legal work and to conduct analysis and research on various legal matters of our clients.

Kay Aston

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Kay Aston, I am a first year LLB student at Birkbeck, University of London. As an accountant, I first became interested in the law through my work on fraud and financial crime related investigations. I am passionate about legal work as I find it both intellectually stimulating, and relevant to nearly every aspect of life. My goal is to qualify as a solicitor and specialise in white collar crime.

Sola Olufunwa

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I am a recent law graduate from Roehampton University in London. I am currently a teaching assistant at a secondary school, however I am keen to volunteer with the Community Law Project and and help those without the financial means or legal knowledge with their current problems

Yasmin Ridha

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Yasmin Ridha and I am currently studying law at university of Surrey. I have decided to pursue law because it is a fundamental aspect that dictates our life. I am mostly passionate about commercial law because I am heavily interested in the area of business. I also like how commercial lawyers are constantly keeping up with new business trends and a fast paced lifestyle.

Daniel Grant

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Daniel. I graduated LLB with a 2:1 before finishing my LLM with a distinction (dissertation 'An Analysis into WTO law and Export Restrictions During the COVID-19 Pandemic') at the university of Liverpool. I enjoy law due as it is a career that offers the ability to truly help and impact others whilst solving complex and ever-changing issues. My previous employment and experiences include construction, fraud issues (in both insurance and criminal law) and medical law; I am eager work and learn about impact in more areas.

Henry Sadana

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Henry Sadana. I am a recent law graduate with second class honours (upper division) from the University of Southampton. I chose to study law for the intellectual challenge and because I enjoy problem solving. I aspire to become a commercial solicitor at an international law firm and I am drawn to the marine sector, as I find the cross-jurisdictional aspects which are inherent, particularly engaging.

Iman Mohamad

Community Law Project - Paralegal

"Be the change that you wish to see in the world". ~Mahatma Gandhi

My name is Iman Mohamad; law caught my eye and piqued my interest because help is not readily available, and the cost of the legal system is very high, therefore beyond the reach of many in the community.

Funding for the public is very limited, hence I want to gain legal skills, put it into action, commit my time and effort in fighting for justice and increasing its accessibility.

Bethany Gray

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Bethany Gray and I am a recent first class LLB Law graduate from Manchester Metropolitan University, undertaking a combined Masters and SQE course at the University of Law in Surrey as of January 2022. I have had a genuine interest in law since I started studying it at college and really connected with the subject. I aspire to become a solicitor in order to use my knowledge to help those in need and have a passion for criminal, EU/international, and immigration law.

Paige Morin

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello, my name is Paige. I recently graduated from McMaster University in Canada, with a bachelor's degree in Political Science-Specialization in Public Law and Judicial Studies. I am now a first-year Senior Status LLB Law Student at Queen's University Belfast. I am studying law because I appreciate the challenge it presents as well as the opportunity for societal impact. I plan to become a solicitor and practice in either Criminal, Human Rights, or Corporate law. 

Oindree Mukherjee

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Oindree Mukherjee Bennett and I am a qualified Advocate from India with a 1st Class LLM degree holder. During my degree, I researched in various areas of International law including intellectual property, international competition, economic and international trade law. Over the last few years, I have gained significant experience within the English legal system by volunteering at various nationally renowned organisations like Citizens Advice and the Free Representation Unit. These experiences along with the work experience I have gained here and in India have allowed me to develop my problem-solving, communication, analytical and teamwork skills. My plan is to qualify as a Barrister specialising in Corporate and Financial Criminal matters. In my free time I enjoy learning new skills.

Aimee Welch

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, My name is Aimee Welch and I am currently studying BA (Hons) Criminology at Keele University. I have a passion for everything law and criminology based, and enjoy learning new things. I believe everyone is entitled to legal advice, regardless of their financial status, which is why I wanted to become a volunteer paralegal. I have always had an interest in law since a young age, especially criminal law and public law. 

Shauna Kaunds

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Shauna Kaunds and I am an LLB Honours graduate from the University of Edinburgh. I am interested in law due to its wide scope, and impact in every corner of life. The law is extremely ubiquitous yet significantly inaccessible, therefore I am keen to offer up any legal assistance I can. The areas of law that interest me are commercial contract law, public law, and individual rights. 

Jessica Mills

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello, I am Jessica Mills. I'm currently a third-year BSc (Hons) Forensic Psychology and Criminal Justice student aspiring to become a corporate solicitor who specialises predominantly in corporate governance. I enjoy the diversity of tasks that law provides, the corporate system's inner mechanics, and how it can affect internal and external sources. Currently, I am the founder and Managing Director at Bona Fide Blogs, home to the 'Beyond Bluewashing' initiative on corporate social responsibility. Where me and my team carry out research papers and advocate for those affected by corporate abuse. In addition, I am a Chief Legal Officer within an in-house corporate department where I lead and mentor the whole department. I have always wanted to impact those around me positively and aspire to keep doing job roles that allow me to do this.

Sophie Day

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Sophie! I'm in my second year of an American Studies and History degree at the University of Nottingham and plan on doing a law conversion after. I have decided to convert to law because I'm very keen to help those in need and think I would enjoy the challenging environment. I'm most interested in criminal and family law however, I'm eager to explore a variety of areas. 

Alison Onyebujoh

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Alison Onyebujoh. I graduated from Edinburgh Law School and recently began my LLM programme in London this September. My initial interest in this field grew out of a desire to understand the legal frameworks protecting individual and community rights – an area influenced by my identity as a South African who grew up in Switzerland. In recent years, I have developed a passion for comparative contract law and continue to pursue this specialism. Finally, studying law has highlighted how inaccessible the field can be to those without a legal background. I hope to utilise my skills and play a part in supporting those who seek legal aid.  

Chloe Yap Jai-Yi

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello! I’m Chloe from Malaysia, and I am currently a final year LLB Law student at Queen’s University Belfast. My interest in law first started when I was brought to an education fair when I was 15, where one of the booth’s person-in-charge introduced me to what law is and the type of work that I can involve myself in if I pursue my undergraduate studies in law. I am particularly interested in the area of Intellectual Property Law and Commercial Law. Looking forward to working with everyone else in the team!

Nazia Mukhtar

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi my name is Nazia Mukhtar. I completed my Bachelor of Law degree at Glasgow Caledonian University in 2014 with a 2:1. I was unable to pursue a career in the field however I have always been passionate about being able to go back into the area of Law. After three kids, I feel like this is a great stepping stone for myself. 

Anisah Bibi

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Anisah and I am a final year law student at University of Birmingham. I chose to study law because I like to be challenged. I love helping people get the outcomes and fairness they deserve.

I am passionate about Family and Employment Law. These often overlap which makes them even more interesting to me! I lean more towards private, client-facing roles when it comes to a career as I like to see a situation through from start to finish.

Gwendoline Elise

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name Is Gwen. I am a recent graduate from the University of Birmingham. I chose to study law so I can become a solicitor and help people. I have interests in human rights, family law and medical negligence.

Ellie Hogarty

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, I'm Ellie and I'm an LLB first-class law graduate from Liverpool John Moores University. My passion for law began during my A-Level studies and continued to grow during my degree whilst I volunteered at my university's probono law clinic, and then subsequently worked as a paralegal. I have a desire to help individuals gain access to the law, as I believe this should be a given right for everyone, no matter their socio-economic background. I am interested in areas such as family law, medical law, and criminal law, and I aspire to become a solicitor in the future in order to help individuals from all walks of life.

Umera Bibi

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Umera and I am a student at the University of Law. I have always wanted to study law for as long as I can remember and have decided to pursue it in order to help be a part of justice. Also, the areas I am interested in is Criminal and Conveyancing.

Jake Braithwaite

Community Law Project - Paralegal

 "Recent LLM graduate and currently a paralegal for Flint Bishop LLP." 

Jade Waistnidge

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, my name is Jade Waistnidge, and I am currently studying the GDL at the University of Law Manchester. Before this, I graduated from The University of York with an MA in Psycholinguistics after studying my BA in Linguistics at The University of Manchester. My non-traditional route to the law has given me wider perspective as to how the law functions in general society, especially from a linguistic point of view. It is for this reason that I have a keen interest in Intellectual Property Law. I am also interested in mental health law, health care and social care laws, family law as well as Human Rights within Public Law. My interest in healthcare has also opened up an interest in Medical Negligence as well and this is another area that I am keen to sink my teeth into.

Shauna Kaunds

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Shauna Kaunds and I am an LLB Honours graduate from the University of Edinburgh. I am interested in law due to its wide scope, and impact in every corner of life. The law is extremely ubiquitous yet significantly inaccessible, therefore I am keen to offer up any legal assistance I can. The areas of law that interest me are commercial contract law, public law, and individual rights.  

Nosheen Bibi

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello, I am a Law graduate from The Open University where I studied while also working. My passion for the law has stemmed from experiences of those closely around me which made me understand not only the relevance and importance but the lack of knowledge and how inaccessible it can be. The areas of the law I am most interested in are immigration, family, and property but I am open to working in all areas. I am really looking forward to applying my skills and knowledge while also broadening my experience and skillset. I believe that everyone should have access to legal aid regardless of their financial situation and would like to do my part to help. In the future I hope to qualify as a solicitor and work internationally. 

Halimo Abdalla