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The National Community Law Project CIC

Our volunteers 

We love providing legal support services for you

Megan Perkins

Community Law Project - Company Admin/Paralegal

Hi, my name is Megan. I am a first class LLB Law graduate from Cardiff University, with paralegal experience at a top 100 law firm. My motivation to choose law came from seeing law in action at a local Crown Court. Through this insight, I became interested in the intellectual challenge and rewarding experience of helping clients to resolve their legal problems. My interests and experience includes: Personal Injury, Medical Negligence, and Wills and Probate. 

Joseph Lloyd-Perks

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Joe Lloyd-Perks and I study law at Cardiff University. I am in my third year and currently partaking in a year of study abroad at the Faculty of Law at Charles University, Prague. I chose to study law due to its ever changing nature and broad scope of practice areas. I particularly enjoy attending networking events and speaking to individuals about their personal journeys into law. My goal is to secure a training contract at a commercial law firm.

Zuzana Kucerkova

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Zuzana Kucerkova and I am in my final year studying LLB International Law. I chose to study law because I wanted to understand how laws are created and how they apply in real life, I chose my degree because I wanted an insight on the legal systems of other countries. My aspiration is to be a commercial solicitor but in my free time I enjoy volunteering and advising on immigration, housing and employment law cases.

Siddhi Khale

Community Law Project - Paralegal

I am Siddhi Khale, a third-year law student at Cardiff University. I am the President of Cardiff University Karate Club and have volunteered with various Students’ Union Services and was a member of the Students’ Senate. While I was in college, I realised that law affects every aspect of human life and that it was important to understand and interpret what it implicates, and I decided to pursue a degree in law. I am mainly interested in International law, employment law environmental law and sports law however, I am keen to explore various new sectors. As someone with a background in Sports, I am interested in specialising in Sports Law in the future. I am an enthusiastic, hardworking person who likes to take on challenges.

Harriet Matthew

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hi, I’m Harriet and I’m currently studying the GDL at the University of Law in Bristol. I decided to convert to Law during my undergraduate degree as I have a strong passion for helping people and making a difference to people’s lives. I developed this passion whilst volunteering with the South Wales Police at University and decided that I wanted a fulfilling and rewarding career helping vulnerable people and people in difficult situations. I am also a passionate environmentalist, eager to play my part in turning the tide on climate change and the conservation of wildlife. I am currently interested in Family Law and Environmental Law.

Megan Vicary

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Heya! My name is Megan Vicary and I've just graduated with a Politics and History degree. I am hoping to pursue a Law conversion course in the future with the end goal of going into social welfare law, either practicing or advocating for reform on the policy side of things. I am most passionate about expanding access to legal aid. Relentless cuts have left the legal aid services severely under-resourced, leaving too many people without proper access to advice and representation.

Lexi Wilkinson

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Lexi Wilkinson and I have just graduated from Cardiff University in law. I chose law because I regarded it as an extremely aspirational and professional career path that I could achieve in. Throughout my progress in law, it has become clear to me that due to its high professionality, people can become marginalised and alienated in the system. In this way, the legal system does not always do what it says on the tin; provide justice. In wherever my legal career takes me, I am passionate for making law accessible and not an unknown and unreachable ivory tower.​

Daniel Agyemang

Community Law Project - Paralegal

My name is Daniel Agyemang. I was born in Ghana and raised in the UK. The values I grew up with was that of respect, hard work and determination to overcome any obstacle in front of you. Those values led me to aspire to study law. I was asked right from year 10 what I wanted to be and since studying law I have not looked back. The areas of law that interest me are employment law, corporate law and European law. ​ 



Hamza Mian

Community Law Project - Paralegal

 I am a third year undergraduate student pursuing a LLB degree from Cardiff University. I have taken a year off and I am working in my home country at the moment as a legal professional at FAM Law (Advocates). I intend to pursue this Project because of my sheer love of the law, and to help individuals that lack the financial resources to contract expensive commercial solicitors - especially in light of the implications arising from LASPO and Covid-19. Through this project, I wish to help Students that might be subject to a series of transgressions from Landlords and/or Letting Agencies and to ensure that the rights of both parties are safeguarded for the Interests of Justice.


Rebecca Fisher-Jackson

Community Law Project - Paralegal

Hello! My name's Rebecca, and I'm a recent English Literature graduate exploring a career in law. I've always been interested in the law but my interest in the legal system really arose during my final year after seeing how cuts to accessing legal aid can affect people. I would love to play a part in breaking down these barriers as I firmly believe that everybody deserves fair access to representation. In the future I'm interested in pursuing the GDL with a further specialised interest in Human Rights Law, Intellectual Property Law, and Media Law. 

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