Natasha Walker is a 21 year old fourth year LLB student at the University of Strathclyde. She is originally from north-east Aberdeenshire, but moved to Glasgow in 2014. Upon completion of her honours degree, she will then go on to complete the Diploma in Professional Legal Practice in September 2018, from which she then hopes to secure a traineeship. With a vast range of previous legal work experience in Commercial Law, Criminal and Property, Natasha is eager to pursue her keen interest and passion for human rights law.
Whilst being an intern at DMO, an honours student and working part-time as a barmaid, Natasha also volunteers with the Dreams Come True Charity, helping children aged 2-21 with life-limiting conditions achieve their dreams.
Jordan Smith is a 24 year old, Masters student at the University of Strathclyde. She is originally from the United States, but moved to Glasgow this past August to pursue her LLM in International Commercial Law and to be closer to her Scottish fiancé. Jordan holds a bachelors degree in International Relations and interned in Chiang Mai, Thailand as an undergrad. Her experience working with Burmese refugees and sex trafficking victims, helped her realise her passion for helping marginalised groups.
As an international student herself, Jordan understands the challenges that visas pose and how complicated the process can be and is eager to help others navigate the visa process.
Jordan has previous paralegal experience and worked at a law firm back home after graduating with her undergraduate degree. Upon completion of her LLM, Jordan hopes to find work putting Human Rights at the centre of business.
Katy Bingham is originally from Prestwick, but currently living in Glasgow for uni. She is a third year LLB Law student at the University of Strathclyde. Katy is interested in different areas of law, but she is particularly interested in areas of law that concern human rights. As such, Katy is excited to be interning at DMO Olabamiji Solicitors and to be learning more about her field of interest and gaining first-hand experience.
Katy just recently returned from a semester studying abroad at a university in Madrid on Erasmus, and had the opportunity to travel and to meet a lot of international people. It was an incredible experience that she felt helped her to grow, develop and learn in a new capacity. In Katy’s spare time she likes to be creative and on occasions draws and paints portraits and other objects.