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Katherine is a final year Law LLB student and this year’s King’s Women in Law President. From both Irish and Australian backgrounds, she is interested in law from an international perspective and hopes to deliver events this year considering multi-jurisdictional practice and international legal opportunities.
Katherine has been a member of KWIL since her first year studying at King’s and is most looking forward to contributing to a supportive and inspiring community of students with a shared aim to promote equal opportunity in the legal profession.
Alessandra is a final year LLB student from Lima, Peru. Last year she was an International Ambassador and she is this year's Vice-President.
As Vice-President, Alessandra wishes to offer a variety of events with an international element, while ensuring an inspiring and welcoming atmosphere within KWIL. She is excited to be working with this wonderful committee to promote diversity and inclusion in the legal sector, and celebrate women and their accomplishments in all areas of law.
Monica is a second year LLB student from Greece. She is looking forward to being this year’s Treasurer for the society, helping to promote diversity and gender equality within the legal field.
With a passion for broadening accessibility to this profession, she is eager to maximize sponsorship and liaise with sponsors to allocate the funds to host engaging and beneficial events in pursuit of KWIL’s aims.
Sam is a second year LLB student and this year's events coordinator. Sam joined KWIL because it's a society that empowers women to unapologetically reach personal success.
If you can’t find her stuffing her face at any ethnic restaurant or drinking her weight in bubble tea, she’s probably at the gym trying to counter the effects of said food intake.
Most of her friends say they hear her before they see her, but don’t worry that volume is reserved for when she sees cute dogs in public and has to announce it to everyone within a 10 foot radius.
Say ‘hi’ if you see her, but be warned - she has no self-control and might talk to you for an hour
Head of Marketing
Emma is a third year Politics, Philosophy, and Law student who is passionate about breaking gender stereotypes and promoting women's rights through social media activism.
Emma has formal experience in marketing in numerous industries, such as green-energy, medtech, and cultural magazines. As Head of Marketing, Emma aims to foster a community of acceptance and support. Emma aims to launch new social media initiatives to increase engagement and make the legal industry more accessible.
Mother-Daughter Network Coordinator
Sena is a second year LLB student from Istanbul, Turkey. Having been a member of KWIL last year, she is excited to be the Mother-Daughter Network Coordinator for the society this year. She has worked with Women’s Rights Council in Turkey and is passionate about discussing issues unique to women in the workspace and promoting diversity in the legal field.
She is eager to expand the network this year and organise events to bring fellow students closer to professionals.
Sophia is a final year law student and this year’s Publications Officer for King’s Women in Law. She is passionate about empowering other women to achieve their goals and about promoting equality within the legal sector.
As Publications Officer, she wishes to encourage submissions to the blog to ensure members have a platform for their voices to be heard. Sophia is also looking forward to working on a new podcast project with the committee. She also wishes to promote wellbeing and mental health within the society and hopes to introduce wider discussion through new events and resources.
She has experience working on various performing arts based committees and has had prior experience working as a marketing assistant. Sophia is very excited to be working with the other incredible women on the committee and looks forward to meeting members at events.
Head of International Ambassadors
Annabelle is a final year LLB student from Sydney, Australia, and is excited to be the Head of International Ambassadors for the second year running. She is delighted to be serving her third 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. Prior to studying law, Annabelle trained as a cellist at the Royal Academy of Music where she received a Bachelor of Music (first class honours) and a Masters of Arts (distinction).
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