Our Interns

The expert knowledge and experience of our team ensures that you get the specialist advice and assistance you need.

The expert knowledge and experience of our team ensures that you get the specialist advice and assistance you need.

Our Interns

The expert knowledge and experience of our team ensures that you get the specialist advice and assistance you need.

Tanishqa Jolly

Legal Intern

My name is Tanishqa, I am a Law (LLB) Graduate from Middlesex University, London. During my LLB degree I worked for two years under an immigration solicitor in a legal advice clinic in Woodgreen, London.

I aim to pursue a Masters (LLM) degree with BPTC from the University of Law, London. I believe that my current placement at Woodcock Law and Notary Public which was provided to me by doing the CPD credited paralegal course at Bradstone Allington will help me succeed in my career and give me a push in the right direction.

Vikrant Singh

Legal Intern

Vikrant Singh is a graduate in LLB Law. He is pursuing an LLM (Qualifying Law Degree) at Birkbeck, University of London. He is going to join Woodcock Law as an intern and a part of the Legal Team.

Prior to joining the internship at Woodcock Law, Vikrant was a Legal Associate at the Lexsoul Law Chamber in New Delhi. He contributed to the legal team with professional document handling, legal drafting and case presentation in courts related to civil and criminal law. He has  gained two years of experience in legal drafting, case presentation and legal research skills.

Furthermore, he is bilingual with proficient fluency in English and Hindi.

Vikrant is intending to undertake a Bar course- specialising with Commercial and Corporate Law with intention to qualify as a Commercial  Barrister.

Ruth P. Horemans

Legal Intern

My name is Ruth P. Horemans. I am currently studying my Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Legal Practice at The University of Law. 

I completed my Bachelor of Laws at the University of Hertfordshire and went on to study my Masters in Commercial and Corporate Law at Queen Mary University of London. In 2019, I had the opportunity to shadow HHJ Canavan. I learnt a lot about the criminal court and the job of a judge. I also took part in the Clifford Chance Virtual Experience Programme.

In my spare time, I enjoy watching BBC News and Al Jazeera and reading books. My favourite books are Blood Orange by Harriet Tyce and The Undomestic Goddess by Sophie Kinsella. I love travelling, visiting new places and trying different types of food.

My future goal is to qualify as a solicitor.

Juliet Adeyele

Legal Intern

Juliet Adeyele is a qualified barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria. She obtained her first degree in Law from the prestigious Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. She proceeded to obtain a Master of Laws degree from Coventry University, UK where she earned her LLM. Thereafter she obtained an MBA leadership practice from Edinburgh Napier University after gaining some work experience in retail in the UK.

Juliet is a detailed and quality-driven person with work experience in legal practice and retail. She believes she is capable of contributing great value to the work of Woodcock Law while also gaining more experience as an intern.

Her career goal is to become a qualified solicitor in the UK so she can represent and defend clients’ legal interests and give the required advice.

Amir Shabir

Legal Intern

Amir Shabir is a BPTC graduate with a broad academic background in matters concerning international human rights law, political history, and philosophy. He has channelled his motivations to combat human rights violations into family and immigration law, particularly matters pertaining to private law children, Court of Protection matters and refugee protections. He intends to practise at the family bar.

Amir speaks a number of South Asian languages including Urdu, Hindi, Punjabi and Pothwari, and he is currently strengthening his Italian language skills. His friendly and personable approach permits him to develop a strong rapport with clients and colleagues.

In his spare time, Amir volunteers at a young persons’ charity and enjoys attending theatre productions and playing sports.

Tailah-Rae Hudson

Legal Intern

Tailah-Rae is now a part of the arduous Master of Laws alumnae. She has a real passion for contract reviewing and using her super power: emotional intelligence to negotiate, engage and maintain fruitful relationships, encompassing individuals from all backgrounds.

Continuously looking for opportunities to build on her sagacity regarding the Law and how businesses interact with it to be compliant and thrive, Tailah-Rae aspires to be a Solicitor specialising in Commercial and Intellectual Property Law, operating internationally. She has a keen interest in the ecosystems of how businesses operate and the documentation required to regulate its services.

When Tailah-Rae isn’t advocating the law, she is ignited by her love to travel, learn and immerse herself into other cultures around the world and slowly visiting the 7 wonders of the world. For balance, Tailah-Rae plays netball [GA] and practices Bikram yoga.

Stephanie Longmore

Legal Intern

Stephanie Longmore is currently in her final year of LLB law with honours at City, University of London. She has over 12 years of experience working as a full time estate agent in Toronto, Canada. 

Her strengths include contract preparation, negotiation, understanding and executing client needs and requirements. Her background in real estate has provided her with the emotional intelligence, knowledge and the patience required to ensure clients are well informed and adequately represented. 

Upon completion of her studies she endeavours to pursue a career as a barrister specialising in Intellectual Property.

Chidinma Uzochukwu

Legal Intern

Chidinma is a Second Class Upper (Hons) graduate in Law from the University of Lagos, a qualified Solicitor and Barrister at Law in Nigeria, a Chartered Secretary from the Institute of Chartered Secretary and Administrator Nigeria, and currently undergoing her Master of Laws program at Nottingham Trent University.

Chidinma has vast experience as a company secretary where she also doubled as a legal adviser and advised on risk and compliance issues, facilitating the incorporation of companies spanning across various jurisdictions in Africa and Europe. In her stint as a legal associate in several law firms, she was responsible for pre-trial conferences with clients, sorting of legal documents necessary for the commencement and prosecution of cases both at the lower and superior courts, and legal searches on companies and properties. 

Chidinma also aims at getting her certification from the Chartered Governance Institute, United Kingdom (ICSA UK) to become a Chartered Secretary in the UK. She hopes to gain the requisite knowledge and experience in Immigration law and matters through this internship program. 

Chidinma enjoys reading and visiting new places as it helps her brainstorm on new ways and ideas in proffering legal solutions.

Abdul Ghafuri

Legal Intern

My name is Abdul Ghafuri, and I am a GDL postgraduate from the University of Law, Bloomsbury London. Throughout my court visits, work experience and studies, I have been truly inspired by the legal industry, developing an understanding of how I can proactively support others to achieve positive outcomes while at the same time empowering organisations and clients within the jurisdictions and protocols of the law. 

My desire to enter the legal domain emanated from early childhood. Studying an undergraduate degree in the field of Criminology strengthened my will to enter the legal domain, so much so that I successfully completed a Masters degree studying my LLM in Human Rights and Trademark Law.

I am passionate about immigration law as it hits very close to home. I want to make a difference by performing a pivotal role in driving ethical working practices, upholding the law and working in the best interest of every client. I plan to study the LPC in the not too distant future and wish to build a successful progressive career and hope to reap all the benefits from my internship at Woodcock Law. 

Outside of work, I am very active and enjoy a variety of sports to keep healthy.

Ana Catarina Gonçalves Ribeiro

Legal Intern

My name is Ana Catarina Gonçalves Ribeiro. I completed my law degree in Portugal at Lusíada University in Lisbon. Upon finishing my course, an opportunity arose to pursue a masters degree at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, where I chose International Law and completed it with merit.

After finishing my Masters, I decided to stay in the UK. However, I needed the experience to pursue a legal career; therefore, I started the GDL at the University of Law, which I am currently finishing. This course gave me a new perspective and knowledge of legal legislation and terms.

Bradstone Allington allowed me to start a career as a paralegal. This will be the perfect opportunity to transform the knowledge I have learned in Portugal and the United Kingdom.

My legal inspiration will be to become a barrister or even a judge; however, I feel that I still have a lot to explore and learn within the legal world. Almost having an open door to new possibilities.

I am passionate about music, painting, and the sea. Overall, I am quite an adventurous girl who loves being outdoors.

Elizabeth Beales

Legal Intern

My name is Elizabeth Beales, I am currently studying a Law and Criminology degree with Coventry University, I am in my second year and finding it incredibly challenging, but very enjoyable. I have also recently gained my CPD Qualification in Paralegal Practice Management. I work at Ikea part time while studying, and alongside this, starting to work with Greater Manchester Police as a Cadet Team Leader.

I ideally see myself working as a solicitor, and eventually a judge. I have big career and life goals, and a lot to learn to be successful.

I am incredibly passionate about horses and competing with them. I have ridden since the age of 3 and it has been a huge part of my life ever since. I have two young children too and I really enjoy teaching them new things, exploring places and having fun with them. I am a pet portrait artist when I have the time, and love to draw horses, dogs and cats. I am also into motorbikes and cars, and love the outdoors.

Legally, I have a huge interest in family and criminal law, and would love to delve deep into either of these.

Rena Begum

Legal Intern

My name is Rena Begum. I am in the final year of the LLM in Legal Practice at the Bar (BTC) at the Manchester Metropolitan University. I have an undergraduate degree in English Literature and Creative writing, and a Graduate Diploma in Law. I have finished a CPD Paralegal program with Bradstone Allington which has allowed me to broaden my knowledge of the roles, skills, and tasks required by a paralegal.

I endeavor to be called to the BAR this year and I am interested in working in Family Law, however, in the light of a new field that appeals to me through experience, I would be open to considering it. While education is necessary, experience is also essential in being able to further one’s career. For such reason, I undertook the CPD in hopes to gain more experience as a paralegal which can be used in all legal jobs.

I am currently working as a fee earner at Veritas Solicitors LLP, in the Housing Disrepair Department, through which I have gained a lot of knowledge and skills. On a day-to-day basis, I liaise with the Client and Defendants, to settle claims.

Though my life has revolved around education and work, I particularly enjoy books and hiking to relieve stress and focus on my own mental health.

Varalakshmi Umapathy

Legal Intern

My name is Varalakshmi Umapathy, Having cemented LLM Intellectual property and Data protection law from University of Hertfordshire, I am ready and glad to start as an Intern with Woodcock Law which was provided to me by Bradstone Allington following the completion of a Paralegal course. I have also obtained LLB from Pondicherry University, India. Before coming into legal sector, I gained 4 years of typical work experience in Finance & Accounts domain in firms such as Toyota, Accenture and Sopra Steria as my initial degrees were BCom and MBA. The best investment is put into the brain. This is my life’s motto as that’s the only way one could overcome any kind of complexes, this drives me to complete four degrees as of now.

Getting known to the corporate culture with financial background I was always keen on the legal field because my wish to become a law profession stems from a need to achieve as an International lawyer by enabling the law to keep up with the modern fast paced society. Being an Intern at Woodcock Law, I hope to be in an environment that continues to challenge me where I’ll have the opportunity to take on more responsibility and to grow in the long term. I have bilingual skills with proficiency in both English and Tamil.

Am passionate towards Dance and Music.

Kanisha Casey

Legal Intern

My name is Kanisha Casey; I am currently studying a legal practice course combined with my Master of Laws at De Montfort University. Whilst studying, I work full-time as a civil servant and I have recently gained my CPD qualification in Paralegal Practice Management.

I have experience in many law firms. In one role, I spent 1 month shadowing a civil and criminal solicitor. I aspire to see myself working as a solicitor and eventually becoming a partner.

I have an interest in Commercial Litigation and Employment Law but I’m also keen to explore other legal areas to broaden my skill-set.

I like to embrace new cultures by travelling to different countries, learning about their history, and trying new cuisines. One of the countries on my bucket list is Jordan. I’d like to experience Wadi Rum Reserve and visit the Royal Tombs.

Imala Munroe

Legal Intern

My name is Imala Munroe, I am a Law graduate who was introduced to Woodcock Law and Notary Public through a Paralegal Work Placement Programme.

I attained 11 GCSE’s including an A in both English Language and English Literature and a B in Mathematics. I then went on to Sixth Form where I studied the A Levels: Law, Psychology, History and Business Studies achieving an overall grade of B in Law. I then progressed and went on to study BA Law and graduated with an Upper Second Class.

My current goal is to gain experience within the legal field, improve and further my knowledge in Immigration Law and become a qualified paralegal and in future, qualify as a barrister.

Outside of academia, I bake professional cakes and organise prestigious events for celebratory