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A Law graduate who loves to be mentally challenged but always rises to the challenge given the great skills i have for attention to detail. I have impressive interpersonal skills that can be adapted to many situations, whether it be social, business or personal. I can communicate what is required to people in the necessary circumstances, where my view or input is always valued.
Johnsons Partnership (Mansfield, England)
July 2012 - July 2012
Observed cases in the magistrates court
· Read Case Files
· Watched CCTV videos to help gather evidence for solicitors cases
Obeseki Solicitors (London, England)
June 2012 - August 2012
Answering telephone calls to deal with clients requests
· Ringing clients to pass on information from solicitors
· Attending court hearings
· Writing attendance notes
Maxwell Alves Solicitors (London, England)
September 2012 - October 2012
Attended court hearings
· Read case files
· Photocopied clients case files
· Answered telephone calls
· Completed research on immigration cases for Solicitors to use in Court
· Wrote an article on Youth Crime which was presented in the firms journal publications
Old Bailey Chambers, London
October 2012 - October 2012
Work shadowed Criminal Law Barrister Nick Beechy from the Old Bailey Chambers (London, England) and Criminal Law Barrister and part time Judge Elroy Claxton from the Old Bailey Chambers (London, England)
Attended court hearings
· Observed Client consultations
· Visited Chambers
This involved participating in three different schemes where all three schemes required the same aim which was to raise young people’s aspirations through extra guidance and coaching. I was assigned to schemes that involved school boys who were on the verge of exclusion, through to intelligent students who required guidance to determine they achieved top grades. This required great organisational skills to prepare for each session, and good interpersonal skills to create a relationship with the students to motivate them to carry out tasks to benefit themselves.
Youth Been Framed
This project now developed into an organisation consists of a variety of showcased events which aims to develop young peoples aspirations and repair the gap between young people and the rest of the community.
The aim of the event was to challenge the perception of Nottingham Youth, now the organisation has links in order to transpire into London and other Cities in the UK. Touching on issues such as the 2011 UK riots, mis-representation made by the media, stereotypes and labeling, knife and gun crime, gang culture, and lack of overall respect in our society. We aim to show that there is more to the people who will become the future of our nation.
Addressing young people's own opinions of safety, identity, and relationships on the streets. This event united 300 people from the Nottingham community and provided opportunities for them to discuss concerns and debate how young people are represented in their communities. The first event showcased, live & recorded, drama,music and film, Nottingham's young success and talent, with contributions and facilitation by inspirational role models such as Joseph Hall (strictly dance fever winner), and Nialle Rodney (former Nottingham forest and Bradford city footballer currently at Lincoln City).
The event was attended by Nottingham City Council, Members of Parliament (MPs), Local Councillors, Senior Police Officers, Youth workers, young people and more
Qualifications & Certifications
University of Hertfordshire
The Nottingham Bluecoat Academy
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