Meet The Team
Natalia Rodriguez Moskalkova
Natalia is a final year law LLB student. She was KWIL’s Head of Marketing last year and is this year’s President. As the daughter of Spanish and Russian immigrant parents, she is passionate about diversity & inclusion and is proud to have grown up in the diverse city of London. She enjoys being part of the friendly environment KWIL provides, and is keen to use her role to spread awareness of the issues faced by minorities within the legal sector and encourage people from all backgrounds to get involved with the society and its events.
Asfia is a final year law LLB Student. Last year, she was the Mother-Daughter Network Co-Ordinator for KWIL and she is now this year’s Vice-President. KWIL has been a core part of her university journey and she has always enjoyed the accepting, welcoming and inclusive environment of the society. As VP, she is excited to use her role and experiences to ensure helpful and illuminating opportunities for members and continue to uphold the diverse, high-calibre reputation of KWIL.
Tarryn is a second year LLB Student and previous graduate of Music Technology. Having experienced both law and non-law backgrounds, she is passionate about broadening access to law for those who do not study it. Tarryn is particularly keen to destigmatize non-traditional paths into law, and enable equal access for women and minorities. Being a member of KWIL last year helped her realise the massive role of the society in the promotion of this aim, and she looks forward to using her skills to do so in her new role as treasurer.
Mother-Daughter Network Coordinator
Agata is a final year German and Spanish student. She was the Non-Law Ambassador in the year 2019/2020 prior to going on her year abroad and is now the Mother-Daughter Network Coordinator. KWIL has played a vital role during her time at university allowing her to not only explore a career in law coming from a non-law background, but to also be a part of an inclusive and diverse network. In her role this year, she is keen to debunk, as well as to make the legal profession more accessible to aspiring female lawyers seeking to connect with a mentor.
Gabriele is a final year BA European Politics (German pathway) student from Lithuania, joining this year’s committee as Head of Events. She is primarily in charge of attendance and structural aspects of the events. Coming from a non-law background, Gabriele greatly appreciates the inclusive, supportive and empowering nature of the society, and is thrilled to further advance KWIL’s mission of ensuring gender and minorities diversity within the legal sector.
Daisy is a second year Law LLB student, and this year’s Publications Officer. Daisy loves KWIL’s friendly and supportive culture and strongly believes that diversity and inclusion are vital in the legal sector. This year, Daisy looks forward to using her role to expand KWIL’s support network, raise awareness for the inequalities in the legal world and celebrate the professional achievements of women.
Head of Marketing
Eesha is a third year English student. She joined King’s Women in Law last year as a Non-Law Ambassador and has now progressed to Head of Marketing for this year’s committee. As someone who felt like a fish out of the water when it came to law at the start of her second year, Eesha found KWIL to be a supportive and inclusive community and a fantastic way of learning more about the legal sector. She is passionate about making other non-law students feel more comfortable in an initially overwhelming sector and empowering them to drive after their legal career with confidence!
Head of International Ambassadors
Annabelle is a second year LLB student from Sydney Australia, and is excited to be this year’s Head of International Ambassadors. She is delighted to be serving her second year as a member of the KWIL committee, having been elected as the First Year Ambassador 2020-2021. Annabelle is passionate about promoting gender equality and social justice, and is eager to organise events throughout the year with an international focus. Annabelle is a cellist, holding a Bachelor of Music, first class honours, and a Masters of Music, with distinction, from the Royal Academy of Music.