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Tasnim Choudhury

Law LLB (Hons)
Tasnim Choudhury

"My best City experience was my time as Bar Society President. The role was demanding, but it felt great helping those interested in entering the Bar"

UK Government

What has been your greatest experience at City so far?

My greatest experience at City so far has been my time as the Bar Society President in my second year. Although the role was demanding and challenging, it felt great to be able to provide a helping hand to those interested in entering the Bar. The most memorable event I had organised was the Mock trial Competition; at the time the students had not previously experienced participating in a Mock Trial. The participants ranged from LLB students, to GELLB and GDL students.

What is your dream job once you graduate?

I aspire to be a human rights’ barrister in the future.

What appeals to you most about this profession?

I have always been fascinated with the way the law impacts our daily lives. I am most drawn to the fact that the legal system is constantly evolving to meet the circumstances of the society at the time. This notion has nurtured my interest in the law; the law is not always as black and white as it may appear to be. I am a keen advocate who has always been eager to participate in moots and public speaking sessions and thus I knew the Bar was for me.