Diversity in the Law

Kahema Mungili – Clyde & Co | Diversity in Law

Diversity in Law

For me, it was a case of trying to choose a profession. I was fortunate to be at a good school, and went back and forth between medicine and law. I chose a lot of the sciences at A-levels in case I decided that I wanted to go on to study medicine, but law seemed to be the most interesting from an academic perspective.

Simranjeet Kaur Mann | Diversity in Law

Diversity in Law

For me, it was a case of trying to choose a profession. I was fortunate to be at a good school, and went back and forth between medicine and law. I chose a lot of the sciences at A-levels in case I decided that I wanted to go on to study medicine, but law seemed to be the most interesting from an academic perspective.

Natalie Carter – Greenberg Traurig | Diversity in Law

Diversity in Law

For me, it was a case of trying to choose a profession. I was fortunate to be at a good school, and went back and forth between medicine and law. I chose a lot of the sciences at A-levels in case I decided that I wanted to go on to study medicine, but law seemed to be the most interesting from an academic perspective.

Leah Brown – Trussle | Diversity in Law

Diversity in Law

For me, it was a case of trying to choose a profession. I was fortunate to be at a good school, and went back and forth between medicine and law. I chose a lot of the sciences at A-levels in case I decided that I wanted to go on to study medicine, but law seemed to be the most interesting from an academic perspective.

Greg Norman – Skadden | Diversity in Law

Diversity in Law

For me, it was a case of trying to choose a profession. I was fortunate to be at a good school, and went back and forth between medicine and law. I chose a lot of the sciences at A-levels in case I decided that I wanted to go on to study medicine, but law seemed to be the most interesting from an academic perspective.

Brian Boahene – DWF | Diversity in Law

Diversity in Law

I can’t say I was inspired to get into the law by a deep routed sense of what is right and wrong. I sort of fell into the law almost by accident. When finishing my A Levels I had to pursue a more business oriented course but ended up in law. When I began to understand the different principles in commercial law it piqued my interest.

Solomon Osagie – Cashplus | Diversity in Law

Diversity in Law

I am afraid to say that there was no great inspirational motivation other than that I wanted to do something that I would enjoy doing. I didn’t consider whether the career would be viable, just what I thought would be give me personal and professional satisfaction.