KING'S WOMEN IN LAW
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Annabelle Oomens- First-Year Ambassador
Annabelle is a first year law LLB student from Sydney, Australia. As an international student, she has experienced firsthand some of the difficulties many students face when first arriving in the UK and hopes, in her role as first-year representative, to help her fellow students to find their feet, both within KCL and in London itself. Annabelle is also a cellist, graduating from the Royal Academy of Music receiving a Bachelor of Music, first class honours, and a Masters of Music, with distinction. Annabelle is delighted to be a member of KWIL as she is passionate about promoting gender equality and ensuring that other students make the most of their first year at university, especially in the strange circumstances that we find ourselves in because of COVID.
Eesha Makh- Non-Law Ambassador (English BA)
Eesha is a second-year English BA student and a non-law ambassador for KWIL. She hopes to make the prospect of a legal career less daunting for non-law students and support them in pursuing their dream career. She loves working in a committee of strong and sophisticated women, who help each other grow and succeed!
Hannah Gold- Non-Law Ambassador (Classics)
Hannah is a second year Classics Studies
Student and is one of the Non-Law ambassadors this year. Hannah
joined KWIL this year because she was passionate about promoting
gender diversity as well as bridging the gap between law and non-law
students by providing accessible ways for non-law students to get
involved in events without feeling intimidated by their lack of
exposure to law. Since joining she has been positively overwhelmed
by the friendly and inclusive atmosphere which reigns through the
Alexandra is an LLM law student from Brussels, Belgium. She joined the King’s Women in Law association for her enthusiasm for the empowerment of women and to campaign for gender equality. Triggered by a recent program on the Belgian television (Justice for all) which only labels men as “top lawyers”, she wanted to take action so that people connect adjectives as “top” with both women and men. She is very excited to organize the KWIL TEDxWomen to provide a stage for women to inspire and to be inspired. Guest speakers would include not only top lawyers, but also female athletes, musicians, founders of start-ups and CEO’s of big companies. All the struggles that these women had to endure are often very similar to the stereotypes that we are facing in the legal sector.
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